Summary: Today, the role of the correctional counselor is vitally important as policy makers, courts, and correctional personnel seek effective and efficient ways to handle increasing prison and jail populations. The fifth edition of Kratcoski's extensive collection remains true to the nature of previous, highly regarded editions. It contains relevant, understandable articles that offer students realistic insights into the most widely used techniques applied to juveniles and
adults in both institutional and community settings. Fifteen new selections combine with eighteen remaining articles to provide authoritative analysis and perspectives. Kratcoski's section introductions contextualize and explain the relevance of each article. Readers will find this outstanding collection to be a valuable resource on counseling and treatment techniques and programs, as well as their effects, in a wide range of correctional settings.
Summary: Today, the role of the correctional counselor is vitally important as policy makers, courts, and correctional personnel seek effective and efficient ways to handle increasing prison and jail populations. The fifth edition of Kratcoski's extensive collection remains true to the nature of previous, highly regarded editions. It contains relevant, understandable articles that offer students realistic insights into the most widely used techniques applied to juveniles and adults in both institutional and community settings. Fifteen new selections combine with eighteen remaining articles to provide authoritative analysis and perspectives. Kratcoski's section introductions contextualize and explain the relevance of each article. Readers will find this outstanding collection to be a valuable resource on counseling and treatment techniques and programs, as well as their effects, in a wide range of correctional settings. ...show less
Edition/Copyright:5TH 04 Cover: Paperback Publisher:Waveland Press, Inc. Published: 05/04/2004 International: No
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Introduction. The Scope and Purposes of Correctional Treatment
Section I. ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT
1. An Experiment in Police-Based Restorative Justice: The Bethlehem (PA) Project (Paul McCold)
2. Evaluating Interventions with Violent Offenders: A Guide for Practitioners and Policy Makers (Patricia Van Voorhis, Francis T. Cullen, and Brandon Applegate)
Section II. CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL
3. Preparation for the Diverse Facets of Correctional Workers' Roles (Peter C. Kratcoski)
4. Probation: My Profession, My Lifetime Employment, My Passion (Sylvia J. Johnson)
Section III. CRIME PREVENTION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
5. The ABC's of ADR: A Comprehensive Guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution (Daniel Renken)
6. The Impact of Victim-Offender Mediation: Two Decades of Research (Mark S. Umbreit, Robert B. Coates, and Betty Vos)
7. Restorative Justice Conferences as an Early Response to Young Offenders (Edmund F. McGarrell)
Section IV. TREATMENT PROGRAMS FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS
8. What's "New" about the Balanced Approach? (Gordon Bazemore)
9. Police Diversion of Delinquent Youths: An Assessment of Programs (Peter C. Kratcoski, Nawal H. Ammar, and Daniel C. Dahlgren)
10. Day Treatment: Community-Based Partnerships for Delinquent and At-Risk Youth (Bruce I. Wolford, Forrest Jordan, and Kathryn Murphy)
11. Elements of a Treatment Program for Youth Who Sexually Abuse (Paul Stephen Lundrigan)
Section V. CLASSIFICATION FOR CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT
12. The Functions of Classification Models in Probation and Parole: Control or Treatment-Rehabilitation (Peter C. Kratcoski)
13. Assessing Threats of School Violence: Implications for Counselors (Jeffrey A. Daniels)
14. An Assessment-Based Model for Counseling Strategy Selection (Mary Lee Nelson)
15. Case Managing Multiproblem Offenders (Hans Toch)
Section VI. CASEWORK COUNSELING AND CRISIS INTERVENTION
16. Stages of Counseling (Michael E. Cavanagh and Justin E. Levitov)
17. The Nature of Interviewing (Raymond L. Gorden)
18. What Do We Know about Anger Management Programs in Corrections? (Pamela Stiebs Hollenhorst)
19. Conflict Resolution: A Primer for Correctional Workers (Chester E. Sigafoos)
Section VII. COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL BASED THERAPIES
20. Probation and Cognitive Skills (Frederick R. Chavaria)
21. Brief Solution-Focused Work: A Strength-Based Method for Juvenile Justice Practice (Michael D. Clark)
22. Behavior Modification: Perspective on a Current Issue (Bertram S. Brown, Louis A. Wienckowski, and Stephanie B. Stolz)
Section VIII. GROUP COUNSELING IN CORRECTIONS
23. The Process of Group Counseling (James P. Trotzer)
24. The Use of Groups (Richard A. Stordeur and Richard Stille)
Section IX. SPECIAL AREAS OF CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT
25. Counseling Alcoholic Clients: A Microcounseling Approach to Basic Communication Skills (National Center for Alcohol Education)
26. Polygraph Testing Leads to Better Understanding Adult and Juvenile Sex Offenders (Jan Hindman and James M. Peters)
27. Treatment in Transition: The Role of Mental Health Correctional Facilities (Robert Scott and Thomas O'Connor)
28. Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders in Offenders: Approaches, Findings and Recommendations (Stanley Sacks and Frank S. Pearson)
29. The ADA and Deaf Inmates (Aviva Twersky-Glasner)
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