Saturday, February 13, 2010

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

This approach, which has shown some positive results, was used in a 20 year follow-up study, with a control group, and counting even those who had dropped out of the program—all excellent (and rarely used) evaluative techniques—and the results are good; though tempered somewhat, as it was used for misdemeanors as well as felonies, and used solely within a therapeutic community drug treatment program.

The research can be downloaded here.