therapeutic community


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Upon admission to the therapeutic community, the patient reported auditory hallucinations that partially remitted with olanzapine.
A therapeutic community within a prison may sound like a contradiction in terms.
Chairman of Coolmine Therapeutic Community Alan Connolly said the scheme was borne from situational data analysis including recent research and statistics.
Later McKendrick, Sullivan, Banks, and Sacks (2006) compared the effectiveness of treatment-as-usual (TAU) to a modified therapeutic community for prisoners with dual diagnoses, including ASPD.
In response to the ubiquity of this phenomenon, the SCDP put in place the Therapeutic Community model with the intent to reduce recidivism among the inmates of Fulton County jail.
The conference was extremely well attended and the audience included representatives from both Native and non-Native organizations, including Native foster parents, Children's Aid Social Workers, Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, My Sister's Place, N'Amerind Friendship Centre, Thames Valley District School Board, Western Ontario Therapeutic Community Homes, volunteers and students.
Walden House sprang from a very different culture than the medically-oriented Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, basing its residential therapeutic community on Synanon, a behavioral change model using confrontational group process and work therapy.
The Tapestry Therapeutic Community is a result of that effort.
The breakout sessions offered lots of variety: there were sessions on how to nurture brain development to prevent addiction and suicide; teletherapy; use of therapeutic community and recovery management in the treatment of substance abuse; multicultural counseling dilemmas; treating trauma with culturally diverse populations; mental health and primary care: building partnerships; moving beyond good: a framework for developing lasting change; developmental stages of the intern; a primer for working with veterans; Department of Licensing: on your side; and adolescent development and pornography.
This case study of the Therapeutic Community Program at Montana Women's Prison investigates the relationship between inmate reading levels and the self-help materials used for rehabilitative purposes within prison settings.
If we added this kind of program to a therapeutic community, education, and job training, we could end this shameful American penal system.
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