In this article the authors respond to GLM’s criticisms of RNR and conclude that little substance is added by GLM that is not already included in RNR, although proponents of RNR may learn from the popular appeal that GLM, with its positive, strength-based focus, has garnered from clinicians over the past decade.
The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Model: Does Adding the Good Lives Model Contribute to Effective Crime Prevention?
This annotated bibliography contains the written resources pertaining specifically to the criminal justice field.
Motivational Interviewing for Incarcerated Adolescents: Effects of Depressive Symptoms on Reducing Alcohol and Marijuana Use After Release
This study evaluates the efficacy of MI versus RT in reducing substance use outcomes for incarcerated adolescents.
Implementing Motivational Interviewing in Correctional Settings: An Interview with Dr. William Miller
This presentation is an extended interview with Dr. William Miller regarding the utilization of motivational interviewing (MI) in correctional settings.
This publication explains the principles behind MI and advice for applying MI in their everyday dealings with offenders in the community.
This publication provides detailed information regarding the use and benefits of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in prisons and jails.
Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Cognitive Behavioral Program for Offenders on Probation: Thinking for a Change
The effectiveness of "Thinking for a Change" -- a cognitive behavioral program for adult probationers -- is investigated.
This document explains the application of evidence-based research findings to the practice of offender supervision.