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Interventions for alcohol-related offending by women: A systematic review
Treatment programmes specifically for women offenders are under-developed. A systematic review of studies that could inform interventions for alcohol-related offending by women is reported. Three questions were addressed: ...
Revising manualised treatment programmes: Incorporating practitioners' feedback
Purpose: Implementing treatment programmes with integrity requires a clear statement of what is to be done in treatment, and treatment manuals do this to a greater or lesser degree. In correctional work, many treatment ...
Measuring motivation to change in offenders
Measuring motivation to change in offender populations is important both for selection into treatment programmes and for assessing progress in therapy. Two studies are reported in this paper, both looking at the psychometric ...
Treating alcohol-related violence: A feasibility study of a randomized controlled trial in prisons
Purpose: There is a lack of good-quality outcome evaluations of interventions for offenders whose crimes are alcohol-related. Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are considered gold standard in treatment evaluations. Here, ...