Counseling, Treatment, and Intervention Methods with Juvenile and Adult Offenders

ISBN-10: 0830415289
ISBN-13: 9780830415281
Edition: 2000
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List price: $234.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/17/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 350
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

This comprehensive text covers counseling and intervention methods with a broad group of offenders, both adult and juveniles, with separate attention given to males and females. The treatment programs presented are designed around theories proven successful by research.

Carolyn Calloway-Thomas is an associate professor and director of the Preparing Future Faculty program in the Department of Communication and Culture at Indiana University. She is coauthor of Intercultural Communication: A Text with Readings (2007) and Intercultural Communication: Roots and Routes (1999) , and coeditor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Sermonic Power of Public Discourse (1993). Her teaching and research areas are intercultural communication, public dialogue in America, civic engagement, pedagogy, and communication in black America. In 2007, Professor Calloway-Thomas was invited to participate in the Oxford Round Table conference on diversity and public policy at Oxford University in England. Her national awards include a Ford Postdoctoral fellowship, a Fulbright scholarship to Nigeria, West Africa , a Carnegie scholarship, the National Communication Association's Robert J. Kibler award, and the Distinguished Alumni award from Grambling State University. She holds a B. S. degree from Grambling College, an M.A. degree from University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. degree from Indiana University.Carolyn Calloway-Thomas is an associate professor and director of the Preparing Future Faculty program in the Department of Communication and Culture at Indiana University. She is coauthor of Intercultural Communication: A Text with Readings (2007) and Intercultural Communication: Roots and Routes (1999) , and coeditor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Sermonic Power of Public Discourse (1993). Her teaching and research areas are intercultural communication, public dialogue in America, civic engagement, pedagogy, and communication in black America. In 2007, Professor Calloway-Thomas was invited to participate in the Oxford Round Table conference on diversity and public policy at Oxford University in England. Her national awards include a Ford Postdoctoral fellowship, a Fulbright scholarship to Nigeria, West Africa , a Carnegie scholarship, the National Communication Association's Robert J. Kibler award, and the Distinguished Alumni award from Grambling State University. She holds a B. S. degree from Grambling College, an M.A. degree from University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. degree from Indiana University.Rudolph Alexander, Jr. is a professor and the Director of the BSSW Program at the Ohio State University.

Preface
Correctional Counseling and Intervention: Introduction and Critical Issues
Background of Counseling
Introduction
Rehabilitation, Treatment, and Mental Health
Additional Clinical Definitions
The Development of the Medical Model
Treatment Research
The Responses to Martinson
Criminal Justice Clients and Counseling Environments
Critical Issues in Counseling
The Difficulty of Changing Criminal Behavior
Developing a Proper Rehabilitative Treatment Program for Offenders
Contemporary Counseling Focus
Ethical Issues in Counseling Offenders
Macro Ethical Concerns
Micro Ethical Concerns
Qualification and Training for Criminal Justice Counselors
Summary
Key Terms
Legal Issues in Correctional Treatment
Introduction
Where Do Prisoners' Treatment Rights Come From?
Constitutional Amendments that Determine Correctional Treatment
Bridging the Bill of Rights into the Fourteenth Amendment
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Liberty, Property, Due Process, and Equal Protection
Reasonableness Test
Civil Rights Act of 1871
Criteria for Civil Commitment
The Right to Rehabilitation in Adult Prisons
The Right to Rehabilitation in Juvenile Institutions
Early Judicial Rulings
How Juveniles Have a Right to Rehabilitation
The Right to Habilitation
The Right to Mental Health or Psychiatric Treatment
The Right to Refuse Mental Health Treatment
Washington v. Harper
The Right to Refuse Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotic Anonymous Treatment
Involuntary Treatment of Sex Offenders
Gender and Equal Protection in Prison Treatment Programs
Summary
Key Terms
Treatment Theories
Introduction
Cognitive-Behavioral Theory and Therapy
Theoretical Constructs
Therapeutic Techniques
A Feminist Version of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Behavioral Theories
Behavior Therapy
Behavioral Modification
Psychoanalytic Theory
Logotherapy
Afrocentric Theory
Feminist Theory
Social Bonding Theory
System Theory
Reality Therapy
Applicability of Aforementioned Theories to Individual and Group Counseling
Summary
Key Terms
Screening, Assessment, and Diagnosis in Correctional Treatment
Introduction
Criminal Justice Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing
Diagnostic Guides
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
Psychopathy
Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM-IV (SCID)
Training Guides for the DSM-IV
Conducting a Mental Status Examination
Clinical Assessment
Critical Issues in Assessment
Malingering and Its Detection
Assessment of Offenders' Common Problems
Assessment of Juvenile and Adult Criminal Attitudes
Adult Substance Abuse Assessment
Assessment of Women with Substance Abuse
Assessment and Screening of Adolescents in the Justice System
Dual Diagnosis Assessment: Substance Abuse and Mental Disorders
Assessment of Sexual Victimization
Assessment of Juveniles' Sexual Offending
Assessment of Juveniles for Alcohol and Other Drugs
Selected Assessment Tools
Summary
Key Terms
Individual Counseling Processes
Introduction
Psychoanalytic Principles and Individual Counseling
The Helping Relationship
Empathy
Respect and Positive Regard
Genuineness
Warmth
Concreteness
Immediacy
Cultural Awareness
Gender Awareness
Stages of Counseling
Engagement
The Importance of the Initial Correction Interview
The Initial Interview
Problem Identification
Pattern Search
Change
Termination
Crisis Intervention
Treatment of a Crisis
Establishing Treatment Goals
Treatment Implementation
Termination of Crisis Intervention
Case Management
Cop/Police Officer
Friend
Confidant
Adviser
Teacher
Moral Guider
Parent/Nurturer
Change Agent
Crisis Intervener
Role Model
Consultant
Social Influencer
Resource Broker/Advocate
Program Manager
Summary
Key Terms
Group Treatment Processes
Introduction
Differences Between Therapy Groups and Self-Help Groups
Benefits of Group Counseling
The Installation of Hope
Universality of Experiences
The Imparting of Information
Altruism
The Corrective Recapitulation of the Primary Family Group
The Development of Socializing Techniques
Imitative Behavior
Interpersonal Learning
Group Cohesiveness
Catharsis
Existential Factors
Types of Groups
Therapy Groups
Structured Groups
Marathon Groups
Encounter Groups
Group Size
Selection of Group Members
Group Roles
Leaders' Personal Characteristics
Group Dynamics
Group Stages
Support of Current Lifestyles
Anger at Authority
Self-Revelation
Working Through Problems
New Ways of Relating
Ending Stage
Group Strategies
Pre-Group Strategies
Strategies to Facilitate Group Dynamics
Strategies to Change Offenders
Warm-Up
Paradoxical Intention
Cognitive Click
Mirroring
Hidden Reasons
Reorientation
Social Skills Techniques
Modeling
Role-Playing
Prompting
Homework
Feedback
Group Discussion Topics
Group versus Individual Counseling
Summary
Key Terms
Treating Female Juvenile Offenders
Introduction
The Context of Treating Female Juvenile Offenders
Issues of Minority Females
Techniques and Procedures of Treating Female Juvenile Offenders
Treatment for Sexual Victimization
Treatment for Adolescents Who Run Away
Adolescent Drug Treatment
Treatment for Sex-Related Problems Associated with Drugs and Alcohol
Specific Programs for Juvenile Females
Intervention Programs Researched
Adolescent Mothers Who Use Drugs
Treatment of Sexually Abused Girls
Treatment for Delinquent Females
Intervention Programs Not Researched
Treating Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused
Intervention with Females with General Delinquency Problems
Summary
Key Terms
Treating Male Juvenile Offenders
Introduction
The Context of Treating Male Juvenile Offenders
Techniques and Procedures of Treating Male Juvenile Offenders
Treating Juveniles Who Commit Homicides
Treating Aggressive Juveniles
Treating Juvenile Sex Offenders
Treating Juveniles with Alcohol and Drug Problems
Treating a Disruptive, Dually Diagnosed Adolescent
Researched Intervention Programs
Treating Delinquent Behavior
Treatment for Violent Delinquents
Boot Camps
Unresearched Programs and Interventions
Treatment of Juvenile Probationers
Wilderness Camps
Afrocentric Programming
Summary
Key Terms
Treating Female Adult Offenders
Introduction
The Context of Treating Female Adult Offenders
Techniques and Procedures of Treating Female Adult Offenders
Strategies in the Treatment of Female Substance Abusers
Treating Female Sex Offenders
Researched Programs and Interventions
Drug Treatment for Female Prisoners and Parolees
Treating Dually Diagnosed Females
Treating Pregnant Substance-Abusing Females
Treating Substance-Abusing Parents
Treating Traumatized Female Prisoners
Unresearched Programs and Interventions
Afrocentric Drug Programs
Solution-Focused Intervention for Alcohol-Dependent Mothers
Summary
Key Terms
Treating Male Adult Offenders
Introduction
The Context of Treating Male Adult Offenders
Techniques and Procedures of Treating Male Adult Offenders
Treating Anger in Males
Treating Sex Offenders
Treating Substance Abuse
Researched Programs and Interventions
Domestic Violence
Anger Management with Offenders
Treating High-Risk Probationers
Treating General Offenders
Treating Clinically Depressed Prisoners
Treating Sex Offenders
Treating Prisoners with Substance Abuse Problems
Unresearched Programs and Interventions
Drug Programs
Intervention in a Community-Based Therapeutic Community
An Afrocentric Intervention for Prisoners
Summary
Key Terms
Treating and Intervention with Special Offender Populations
Introduction
Context of Jail Detainees
Interventions with Jail Detainees
Context of Gang Members
Intervention for Female Gang Members
Intervention Approaches with Adolescent Gangs
Context of Developmentally Disabled Offenders
Intervention Applicable to Mentally Retarded Offenders
Context of Mentally Ill Offenders
Interventions Applicable to Mentally Ill Offenders
Treating Dually Diagnosed Offenders
Intervention with Psychopaths
Context of Elderly Offenders
Interventions Applicable to Elderly Offenders
Context of Prisoners on Death Row
Intervention for Prisoners on Death Row
Summary
Key Terms
References
Index

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