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書名 New frontiers in offender treatment : the translation of evidence-based practices to correctional settings / edited by Elizabeth L. Jeglic, Cynthia Calkins
出版項 Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018
國際標準書號 9783030010300 (electronic bk.)
9783030010294 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-030-01030-0 doi
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說明 1 online resource (x, 324 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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附註 Introduction - The Role of Evidence Based Interventions in Forensic Settings -- Part I - Current Models of Correctional Treatment -- The Historic Roots, Current Status, and Future Applications of the Risk-Needs-Responsivity Model (RNR) -- Protective Factors and the Good Lives Model: Combining Positive Approaches to Assessment and Treatment -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Forensic Treatment -- Part II - Clinical Factors Contributing to Treatment Outcome in Corrections -- The Role of the Therapeutic Alliance in Offender Therapy -- Therapist-Related Factors in Correctional Treatment -- Diversity Considerations in the Application of Evidence-Based Interventions with Forensic Clients -- Part III - Adaptation of Evidence Based Treatment to Corrections -- Adapting Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Use in Correctional Settings -- Incorporating Principles of Trauma-Informed Care Into Evidence-Based Sex-Offending Treatment -- Can Mindfulness Make Prison a Heathier Place? -- Motivational Interviewing with Court-Ordered Populations -- Assertive Community Treatment with People with Combined Mental Illness and Criminal Justice Involvement -- Multisystemic Therapy for Serious Juvenile Offenders: From Development to Dissemination -- Treatments that Work for Intimate Partner Violence: Beyond the Duluth Model -- Can Psychopathy be Treated? What the Research Tell Us -- Conclusion - Where Do We Go from Here?
This book reviews how new and promising evidence-based interventions are being used with those involved in the criminal justice system. While there has been an increased emphasis on evidence-based practice within forensic treatment, there remains a disjoint between what we know works and adapting these interventions to those involved in the criminal justice system. This book seeks to bridge that gap by providing an overview of what we know works and how that information has been translated into offender treatment. In addition, it highlights avenues where additional research is needed. This book is comprised of three parts: In the first part, current models of correctional treatment including the Risk, Needs, Responsivity Model, The Good Lives Model and Cognitive Behavioral Models are presented. In the second part, the chapters address clinical issues such as the therapeutic alliance, clinician factors, and diversity related issues that impact treatment outcome. In the third and final part of the book, adaptions of innovative and cutting-edge evidence-based treatments such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Assertive Community Treatment, Multisystemic Treatment, New frontiers in Intimate Partner Violence treatment, and the current research on the treatment of those with psychopathy are presented. Research supporting these treatment approaches targeting areas such as self-management, psychological well-being, treatment engagement and retention and their relationship to recidivism will be reviewed, while their adaptation for use with forensic populations is discussed. The book concludes with the editors' summary of the findings and a discussion of the future of evidence-based interventions within the field of forensic psychology
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Criminals -- Treatment
Criminology and Criminal Justice, general
Clinical Psychology
Public Health
Alt Author Jeglic, Elizabeth L., editor
Calkins, Cynthia, editor
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