|Effects of an intermediate care program for inmates with severe persistent mental illnesses
||The effects of the Brown Creek Correctional Institute’s Intermediate Care Social Skills
Day Training Program were investigated using a population of forty-three adult male inmates
with severe persistent mental illness. Comparisons were made for sim...
|Coping and self-efficacy as predictors of substance use during the first few critical months following substance abuse treatment completion
||The literature suggests that the interaction between the exposure to high-risk situations, coping skills and self-efficacy underlie the relapse process. Research has also shown that self-efficacy is related to the avoidance of alcohol use and smoking...
|Evaluation of the day treatment program at Brown Creek Correctional Institution : a follow-up study
||There are a substantial number of mentally ill individuals within the prison system
in need of treatment and supervision in order to survive in the prison setting. Preliminary
evidence suggests that a psychosocial rehabilitation approach that empha...
|"Because they made me come" : motivation and outcome in adolescent substance abuse treatment
||Due to the fact that most research done on motivation and readiness to change as it applies to chemical dependency treatment has been done in the adult population, the present study was designed to assess how motivation and readiness to change impact...