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A Treatment Manual for Justice Involved Persons with Mental Illness comprises a comprehensive and structured treatment manual that provides clinicians a guide for treating justice involved persons with mental illness. The manual includes a treatment plan for each session with specific structured exercises (for both in-group and out of group work) designed to teach objectives each session. The program incorporates a psychosocial rehabilitation model, social learning paradigm and cognitive-behavioral model for change, although cognitive behavioral theory is more prevalent and apparent throughout the manual.
Additional training on Changing Lives and Changing Outcomes: A Treatment Program for Justice-Involved Persons with Mental Illness is available at https://www.gifrinc.com/clco.
Chapter 1. Evidence Base for Changing Lives and Changing Outcomes
Chapter 2. Service Provider Qualifications
Chapter 3. CJ-PMI Life Goals
Chapter 4. Responsibility and Criminalness
Chapter 5. Session Structure and Logistics
Chapter 6. Program Rules
Chapter 7. Certificates and Graduation Policies
Chapter 8. Psychotherapy with CJ-PMI
Chapter 9. Interpersonal Process-Oriented Group Psychotherapy
Chapter 10. Integrating the Therapeutic Factors
Chapter 11. Bi-Adaptive Model of Intervention
Chapter 12. Assessment
Chapter 13. Recommended Measures
Part II: Modules
Chapter 14. Module I: Preparing for Change
Chapter 15. Module II: Mental Illness and Criminal Awareness
Chapter 16. Module III: Thoughts and Attitudes
Chapter 17. Module IV: Medication Adherence
Chapter 18. Module V: Coping with Mental Illness and Criminalness
Chapter 19. Module VI: Emotions Management
Chapter 20. Module VII: Associates
Chapter 21. Module VIII: Community Skills Development
Chapter 22. Module IX: Substance Abuse
The goal of this series is to improve the quality of health care services in forensic settings by providing a forum for discussing issues related to policy, administration, clinical practice, and research.
The series will cover topics such as mental health law; the organization and administration of forensic services for people with mental disorder; the development, implementation and evaluation of treatment programs for mental disorder in civil and criminal justice settings; the assessment and management of violence risk, including risk of sexual violence and family violence; and staff selection, training, and development in forensic systems.
The book series will consider proposals for both monographs and edited works on these and similar topics, with special consideration given to proposals that promote best practice and are relevant to international audiences.