Cognitive Behavioral Programs

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Article 1 – Programa para El Manejo Del Enoji en clientes con problemas de abuso de sustancias y trastornos de salud mental
Authors: Patrick M. Reilly, Michael S Shopshire
Description: ARTICLE IN SPANISH. Un manual de psicoterapia cognitiva-conductual.

Article 2 – Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients
Authors: Patrick M. Reilly, Michael S. Shopshire
Description: ARTICLE IN ENGLISH. A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Manual

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Article 1 – Some Thoughts on Evidence-Based Therapeutic Programs
Author: Russ Fry
Description: A short article from Offenders Programs Report January/February 2007.

Article 2 – A Review and Discussion for Corrections Professionals
Authors: Harvey Milkman, Kenneth Wanberg
Description: This publication is intended to inform corrections and probation/parole professionals about the availability and benefits of cognitive-behavioral treatment services geared toward the specific risks and needs of offender populations. Not the full article.

Article 2 – Evaluation of Cognitive-Behavioral Programs for Offenders: A Look at Outcome and Responsivity in Five Treatment Programs
Authors: Dana Jones Hubbard, Edward J Latessa
Description: Final Report; This study was deigned to evaluate cognitive-behavioral programming in five different treatment sites in southwestern Ohio. Only the first few pages.

Article 3 – Evaluation of structured cognitive-behavioural treatment programmes in reducing criminal recidivism
Authors: James McGuire, Ruth Hatcher, Juliet Hounsome, Charlote Bilby, Clive Hollin, Emma Palmer
Description: This paper reports the outcome of a 17-month follow up of structured, community-based, offence-focused, intervention programmes designed to reduce rates of re-conviction amongst adjudicated offenders under probation supervision.

Article 4 – Evidence Based Practice in Community Corrections: The British Columbia Experience
Author: Stephen D. Howell
Description: This article is about the application of the evidence base in British Columbia.

Article 5 – Title illegible
Author: Author illegible
Description: A PowerPoint presentation (first 2 slides are illegible) that appears to be about communication and treatment.

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Article 1 – Behaviors and Attitudes
Author: Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council
Description: Policy Statement 14; Provide cognitive behavioral therapy, peer support, mentoring, and basic living skills programs that improve offenders behaviors, attitudes, motivation, and ability to live independently, succeed in the community, and maintain a crime-free life.

Article 2 – Education and Vocational Training
Author: Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council
Description: Teach inmates functional, educational, and vocational competencies based on employment market demand and public safety requirements.

Article 3 – Inventory of Aftercare Provisions for 52 Boot Camp Programs
Author: NIJ Research Reports
Description: This inventory provides brief synopses of 52 residential boot camps and their aftercare provisions.

Article 4 – Consumer’s Guide to Selecting Cognitive Curricula
Author: None Listed
Description: Sets of criteria encouraged for use prior to selecting cognitive-behavioral curriculum for agencies.

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Article 1 – Project Learn
Author: Carter Julian Savage
Description: Chapter 10; A discussion of educational programs.

Article 2 – The Cognitive Self Change Program
Author: Jack Bush
Description: Chapter 7; A discussion of cognitive skills training.

Article 3 – Rites of Passage: A Practical Guide for Program Implementation
Authors: Gloria Rosaline Preudhomme, Leonard G. Dunstom
Description: Chapter 8; This chapter outlikes the basic description of the rites of passage program model, its origins, its goals, and its objectives.

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Article 1 – Stages of Change
Author: Prochaska, Diclemente
Description: A pie graph with Appendix A.

Article 2 – Comprehensive Evaluation of Cognitive Behavioral Programs in Corrections: Guidelines and Approaches
Author: Patricia Van Voorhis
Description: Chapter 15; This chapter examines the importance of process ad outcome evaluation towards improving out understanding of cognitive behavioral programs.

Article 3 – Interpersonal Problem-Solving Skills: A Step-by-Step Process to Enhance Prosocial Information Processing
Author: Juliana M. Taymans
Description: A discussion of interpersonal problem solving.

Article 4 – Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Youthful Offenders: Review of the Research
Author: Edward J. Latessa
Description: See Title

Article 5 – Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for At-Risk Youth
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Title Page Only

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Article 1 – Focusing on Successful Reintegration: Cognitive Skills Training for Offenders
Authors: Frank Proportion, Elizabeth Fabian, David Robinson
Description: This paper summarizes the underlying principles of the cognitive approach, outlines our strategy for ensuring careful and systematic implementation, and gives some preliminary research data on the effectiveness of the Cognitive Skills Training Program.

Article 2 – Effective Clinical Practices in Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System
Author: Wayne Scott
Description: Provides descriptions and overviews of evidence-based practices.

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Article 1 – Cognitive Behavioral Programs
Author: Abeo Anderson
Description: Draft from the Best Practices Brief (Research Compendium).

Article 2 – How to Escape Your Prison: An MRT Moral Reconation Therapy Workbook
Authors: Gregory L. Little, Kenneth D. Robinson
Description: Contains one page (list of steps 1-16).

Article 3 – Prisoner Re-Entry and Justice Reinvestment in Kansas
Author: Bureau of Justice Assistance
Description: 2 page infograph and statistics

Article 4 – Community Corrections Research Network
Author: Shirley Hunt
Description: Evaluation of a substance abuse treatment program that provides an array of gender-specific program services for incarcerated juvenile offenders while in custody and intensive supervision during reentry.

Article 5 – Motivating Offenders to Change: A Guide for Probation and Parole
Authors: Scott Walters, Michael Clark, Ray Gingerich, Melissa Meltzer
Description: Preliminary Draft; This paper offers an empirically supported approach for communicating with offenders about compliance and behavior change.

Article 6 – Effective Clinical Practices in Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System
Author: Wayne Scott
Description: Same article as Document 6 PDF article 2.

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Article 1 – Focusing on Successful Reintegration: Cognitive Skills Training for Offenders
Authors: Frank Proportion, Elizabeth Fabian, David Robinson
Description: Same article from Document 6 PDF Article 1.

Article 2 – Effective Clinical Practices in Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System
Author: Wayne Scott
Description: Same article as Document 6 PDF article 2 and Document 7 Article 6.

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Article 1 – Youth Alternatives: A Multimodal Community-Based System Intervention in Sweden
Author: Mikael Kalt
Description: Chapter 13; Discussion of ART* program and strategy.

Article 2 – Developing Model Cognitive Intervention Programs for At-Risk Youth: The Boys & Girls Club of American Approach
Author: Carter Julian Savage
Description: Chapter 6; A discussion of the five core program areas involved in making BGCA a success.

Article 3 – ART: A Comprehensive Intervention for Aggressive Youth
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 11; A further discussion of the ART program and strategy.

Article 4 – Promoting Change in a Drug and Criminal Lifestyle
Author: Glenn D. Walters
Description: Chapter 16; Discussion of different styles of treatment and the chances of success.

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Article 1 – Technology Transfer: A Case Study in Implementing the Principles of Effective Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for At-Risk Juveniles
Authors: Jennifer Pealer, Edward Latessa
Description: Chapter 16; Briefly reviews the principles of effective intervention, how they were derived, and what they tell us.

Article 2 – Afterword
Author: Barry Glick
Description: The Afterword to the book, with Appendix.

Article 3 – Making “What Works” Work for Rural Districts
Author: Michael P. McGrath
Description: This article describes the implementation and evaluation of cognitive behavioral therapy in Federal probation case management conducted in the predominantly rural Federal District of North Dakota under a grant from the Federal Research to Results program.

Article 4 – Motivational Interviewing Skills with Offenders and ChangeTalk: Preliminary Findings
Authors: Brad Bogue, Beate Ehret
Description: Short overview of a study of motivational interviewing.

Article 5 – The Thinking for a Change Intervention
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 12; Discussion of the program.

Article 6 – Implementation and Management Issues
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 5; Not the full chapter. This chapter presents basic group management techniques that are critical to ensure successful cognitive behavioral intervention implementation.

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Article 1 – Cognitive Skills Interventions
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 3 ; This chapter explores the cognitive skills school within the cognitive behavioral interventions movement.

Article 2 – History and Development of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 1; History and Development of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions.

Article 3 – Cognitive Restructuring Interventions: Basic Models and Techniques
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 2; Short introduction to cognitive restructuring school.

Article 4 – Multimodal Interventions
Author: Barry Glick
Description: Chapter 4; Overview of different types of interventions.

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Article 1 – Motivating Offenders to Change: A Guide for Probation and Parole
Authors: Scott Walters, Michael Clark, Ray Gingerich, Melissa Meltzer
Description: Same article from Document 7 PDF Article 5; chapter 1 only.

Article 2 – Screening for Mild Cognitive Impairment: Comparing the SMMSE and the ABCS
Authors: William Molloy, Timothy Standish, David Lewis.
Description: Cross-sectional study to compare the sensitivity and specificity of the AB cognitive screen with the standardized mini-mental state examination.

Article 3 – Cognitive Behavioral Interventions: Process Evaluation Report
Author: Charlotte Price
Description: Executive Summary only.

Article 4 – What Works
Author: None Listed
Description: 4 Page website overview of the What Works Model

Article 5 – Making “What Works” Work for Rural Districts
Author: Michael P. McGrath
Description: Same article from Document 10 Article 3.

Article 6 – Cognitive Behavioral Interventions: Where They Come From and What They Do
Author: Chris Hansen
Description: This article explains the features of cognitive behavioral therapy and reviews its history, followed by descriptions of two CBT programs that have proven to be effective in reducing recidivism.

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Article 1 – Impact Therapy Associates Workshop and Training Information
Author: Impact Therapy Associates
Description: Impact Therapy Associates Workshop and Training Information

Article 2 – Residential Drug Abuse Program: A complete treatment program for incarcerated adults
Author: The Change Companies
Description: The initial series of journals refined into this program article.

Article 3 – Changing Offender Behavior: A Complete Evidence-based System
Author: The Change Companies
Description: See Title

Article 4 – Cognitive Therapy Treatment Program for Repeat DUI Offenders
Authors: Kathleen Moore, Melissa Harrison, M. Scott Young, Ezra Ochschorn
Description: This article describes a cognitive treatment program aimed at repeat drinking and driving offenders. Title and Abstract page only.

Article 5 – Managing Co-occurring Disorders
Author: The Change Companies
Description: A cognitive-behavioral program for successful treatment of co-occurring disorders.

Article 6 – Getting It Right: For successful transition and community reintegration
Author: The Change Company
Description: Five journals in this program to help participants make the transition into the community and toward responsible living.

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Article 1 – Moving From Correctional Program to Correctional Strategy: Using Proven Practices to Change Criminal Behavior
Author: Mark Gornik
Description: Chapter 37; discussion of “What Works” programs.

Article 2 – Cognitive-Behavioral Programs
Author: Marilyn Van Dieten
Description: A resource guide to existing services

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Article 1 – Effective Correctional Treatment: What is the State of the Art?
Author: Marilyn Van Dieten
Description: A PowerPoint presentation from the ICCA Annual Conference 2005.