Welcome to Class Registration!
Participants interested in scheduling a class must pay for the class one week before attendance. Payment can be received via credit card over the telephone, PayPal, mailed check, money order or cash. Payment for services will reserve your spot in class.
Group classes (2 or more participants)…
Participants have up to 72 hours before the scheduled class to cancel and get reimbursement. Classes not cancelled within 72 hours WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED. We make the assumption that if the class is not cancelled, the attendee will be there, a seat has been reserved for them (that could have been offered to someone else) and a clinician is ready for instruction.
- Offered at a higher rate per class.
- Participants may schedule the number and frequency of classes needed to fulfill the court order.
- Participants will need to pre-pay in order to schedule their appointment and have up to 48 hours to cancel. The payment could be applied to another scheduled appointment (or reimbursed if participant opts out of services).
Fill in your name and email address then select the date, time and class*. Complete the message section if you have questions or comments. Press “Send” to forward your registration request to us. If you are paying online, use the convenient Pay Online tab to your left.
Anger Management: These classes are designed to increase awareness, teach alternative behaviors, model effective anger-management skills, and educate participants of the consequences of anger.
Domestic Abuse: Course topics include recognizing triggers and motivation for abuse, understanding symptoms and signs and implementing skills to contain abusive behaviors.
Gang Prevention Life Skills: This training module centers on diminishing the temptation of joining a gang by teaching life skills, problem resolution and alternatives to help avoid delinquent and violent behavior in teens.
Parenting: Parenting classes provide topics that cover understanding child emotional and social behaviors, strategies for effective discipline, and processes for effective communication within the family unit. The classes are informative and fun using role play techniques along with lively discussion and feedback.
Substance Abuse: Topics address life skills, behavior modification, family roles and support and options for medical treatment and follow up.
Teen Pregnancy: Gentia BHS teen pregnancy classes provide the education teens need to be aware of the do’s and don’ts during pregnancy, childbirth expectations, parenting skills and making informed decisions on getting support and staying in school.
Tutoring: These sessions are designed to provide students assistance with subjects they are struggling with in school. It is acknowledged that one on one and small group tutoring creates a better opportunity for classroom success.
*Accel : Accelerated classes are offered two Saturdays in every month.