Correctional Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Communities : Reducing Recidivism Through Behavior Change
By: Pealer, Jennifer A.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Innovations in Corrections: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2017Description: 1 online resource (190 p.).ISBN: 9781351973342.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Correctional Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Communities : Reducing Recidivism Through Behavior ChangeOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Promoting Behavior Change -- The Effectiveness of a Therapeutic Community for Juvenile Male Offenders -- 1 The "Just Say No" War on Drugs Campaign, Juvenile Drug Use, and the Juvenile Crime Problem -- Development of Residential Substance Abuse Treatment -- Criticisms of Drug Treatment Programs -- Overcoming the Criticisms of Previous Research -- Research Questions -- Conclusion -- 2 From Rehabilitation to Punitive Measures: Combatting Juvenile Crime and Drug Use
The Development of the Juvenile Justice System -- Criticisms of the Juvenile Justice System -- Attacking Rehabilitation and the Juvenile Justice System -- Social Context, Rehabilitation, and Treating Juvenile Offenders -- Liberal Ideology -- Conservative Ideology -- Juvenile Justice: From Treatment to Punishment -- Evidence-Based Practices to Reduce Recidivism -- Therapeutic Communities as a Treatment Modality for Offenders -- History of Therapeutic Communities -- Developments in the United Kingdom -- Developments in the United States
Differences between American and European Therapeutic Communities -- Characteristics of Therapeutic Communities -- View of Substance Abuse and the Individual -- Treatment Modality of the Therapeutic Community -- Structure of the Therapeutic Community -- The Use of Work in the Therapeutic Community -- The Use of Behavioral Reinforcements in the Therapeutic Community -- The Types of Meetings and Groups in a Therapeutic Community -- Examining Therapeutic Communities through the Lens of the Principles of Effective Interventions -- Intensive and Behavioral Services
Targeting Criminogenic Needs of High-Risk Offenders -- Reinforcement of Contingencies -- Staff Characteristics -- Relapse Prevention Strategies -- Effectiveness of Therapeutic Communities -- Reducing Recidivism -- Treatment versus Nontreatment -- Follow-Up Time Period -- Completers versus Noncompleters -- Transitional Therapeutic Communities -- Meta-analysis and Reviews of the Literature -- Predictors of Recidivism -- Demographic Characteristics -- Severity or Risk Level -- Psychological Factors -- Participation/Completion of Treatment -- Predictors of Successful Completion of Treatment
Summary of Effectiveness -- Methodological Problems of Past Research -- Conclusion -- 3 How Were Treatment Effectiveness and Fidelity Measured for the Evaluation of the Juvenile Therapeutic Community? -- Research Questions -- Research Design -- Procedures for Collecting Data -- Treatment Group -- Mohican Youth Center -- Sample Size, Time Period, and Selection of Youth -- Type of Treatment -- Job Assignments within Mohican Youth Center -- Behavior Management within Mohican Youth Center -- Groups Held at Mohican -- Phases of Treatment
A Quantitative Assessment of the Principles of Effective Intervention
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