Issue of March 10, 2019
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Ifugao starts therapy for probationers
by Daniel B. Codamon / PIA

LAGAWE, Ifugao – The Parole and Probation Office began its Therapeutic Community Ladderized Program (TCLP) for its 97 parolees and probationers in preparation for their integration to the community. 

PPO-Ifugao Head Eroflyn Tilan said that the TCLP is one of the rehabilitation programs of the PPO.

It is a self-help social learning treatment model that uses the concept of family or community, staff, and clients as the primary therapeutic vehicle that will enable their clients to move from “wrong living” to “right living.”

It is an environment that helps people get help while helping others wherein the interactions of the members are designed to be therapeutic within the context of the norms that require for each to play the dual role of client-therapist.

Ifugao PPO conducts the therapeutic sessions and activities for its clients on a monthly basis.

The program is categorized into stages. Phase 1 is the preparatory or orientation stage, phase 2 is the primary treatment stage, phase 3 is the immersion stage, and phase 4 is the integration stage. Each stage comprises different topics focusing on the different human dimensions.

The TCLP operates like functional family with a hierarchical structure of older and younger members where each member has defined roles and responsibilities to sustain the therapeutic community as there are sets of rules and community norms that members commit to live by and uphold, Tilan said.

There are five categories of activity that help promote change to the clients. These are Relational or Behavioral Management, Affective/Emotional or Psychological, Cognitive or Intellectual, Spiritual and Psychomotor/Vocational, and Survival Skills.

Tilan said the program aims to promote human and social transformation among themselves and their clients with a vision that by the end of the decade, the TCLP shall become a corporate culture of the PPA and the Department of Justice permeating its plans, programs, and practices and confirming its status as a model component of the Philippine Correctional System.

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