This short article is a revision of “Preventing Future Crime with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,” originally published in the National Institute of Justice Journal (Issue No. 265) and explains the CBT has been found to be effective with juvenile and adult offenders (low- and high-risk), sex offenders, and in a variety of correctional settings in the community and in institutions.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: An Evidence-Based Intervention for Offenders (2011)
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