Aggression Replacement Training (ART) is a cognitive-behavioural intervention targeted to aggressive adolescents and children, which is being increasingly adopted worldwide. The outcome of the first major conference on the growing status of ART and its future directions, this book's coverage includes the cognitive-behavioural context of ART, the component procedures, various training approaches and program applications, research evaluations and 'extensions and elaborations'.
|Series:||Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology Series , #15|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.63(d)|
Table of Contents
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.
Series Editors' Preface.
PART I: THEORY AND PRACTICE.
1. Aggression Replacement Training: The Cognitive-Behavioural Context (Clive R. Hollin).
2. Skillstreaming: The Behavioral Component (Arnold P. Goldstein).
3. Current Issues in Anger Management Interventions with Youth (Eva L. Feindler and Kristen Baker).
4. Moral Reasoning Training: The Values Component (John C. Gibbs).
PART II: ESTABLISHED APPLICATIONS.
5. Application in an Inner City Elementary School (Rob DiFlorio).
6. Collaboration with Human Services and Schools (Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver).
7. Ungdomasalternativet—The Youth Alternative (Ivan Brilje, Mariusz Hermelin, and Mikael Kalt).
8. The Oasis-A Living Idea (Rune Nensén and Nikolai Hamstein).
9. A National Dissemination Program (James McGuire and Danny Clark).
PART III: ELABORATIONS, EXTENSIONS, AND EVALUATIONS.
10. The Prepare Curriculum (Arnold P. Goldstein).
11. The Peace Curriculum (Sara Salmon).
12. Aggression Control Therapy for Adult Forensic Psychiatric Patients: Development and Preliminary Results (Ruud H.J. Hornsveld).
13. Aggression Replacement Training: A Learning Process for the Whole Family (Robert Calame and Kim Parker).
14. Evaluations of Effectiveness (Arnold P. Goldstein).
15. The ART Trainer as a Scientific Practitioner (Bengt Daleflod).