Turning the Tide of Male Juvenile Delinquency: The Ocean Tides Approach: The Ocean Tides Approach

Turning the Tide of Male Juvenile Delinquency: The Ocean Tides Approach: The Ocean Tides Approach

by Lawrence C. Grebstein, Judy A. Van Wyk

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ISBN-13: 9780826128973
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Publication date: 07/28/2015
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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Lawrence C. Grebstein, PhD, ABPP, was professor of psychology at the University of Rhode Island (URI), where his career spanned 42 years (1964–2006). He is a diplomate in clinical psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. At URI, he directed the Psychological Consultation Center and was director of the PhD program in clinical psychology. He was a visiting professor at the University of Bergen, Norway, and a Fellow at the Center for Family Research, George Washington University Medical Center. Dr. Grebstein has been the primary clinical psychology consultant to Ocean Tides since it began in 1975. He was in part-time private practice for 40 years. In 2006, he received the Merenda-Musiker Award of the Rhode Island Psychological Association. He has edited a book titled Toward Self-Understanding: Studies in Personality and Adjustment, and has written a number of professional journal articles and book chapters on family therapy and other topics. He received his BA from Brown University (1958) and his MA (1961) and PhD (1964) from the University of Kentucky. In 2013, he became a member of the affiliate medical staff at South County Hospital in the Behavioral Health Department, where he works with cancer patients in the Survivor Training and Rehabilitation (STAR) program as a volunteer.

Judy A. Van Wyk, PhD, is associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Rhode Island, where she teaches courses in criminology, juvenile delinquency, family violence, terrorism, white-collar crime, general sociology, and social research methods. Professor Van Wyk is a productive researcher in the areas of family violence and white-collar crime, and an expert in the construction and analysis of large databases. She has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals, and book chapters that appear in edited editions. Her work is cited often in the top professional journals in criminology and criminal justice. She received her BA from the University of Oklahoma (1993), and her MA (1995) and PhD (1999) from the University of Tennessee.


Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

1. Ocean Tides Rising: History

Juvenile Delinquency in the United States

The Founding of the Ocean Tides Program

Conclusions

2. Currents: Who the Boys Are

Intake Criteria

The Ocean Tides Data Project

Description of Ocean Tides Boys

Conclusions

3. Explaining the Ocean Tides: Theory

Agnew’s General Theory of Crime

Conclusions

4. An Undertow: Personal Child Abuse Victimization and Exposure to Parental Interpersonal Violence

Personal Child Abuse, Exposure to PIPV, and Violent Behavior

The Ocean Tides Study and Violence

Exposure to PIPV, Personal Child Abuse, and Violence

Conclusions

5. Charting a Course: The Program at Ocean Tides

Program Administration

Staff Development and Evaluation

Treatment Teams

Confidentiality

Program Oversight

Program Staffing

Group Living

Formal Education

Social Services and Counseling

Special Programs

Conclusions

6. Calming Seas: Managing the Ocean Tides Residents

Rehabilitating Youthful Offenders

Ocean Tides: A Unique and Model Program

Conclusions

7. Navigating the Waters: The Role of the Clinical Psychologist as a Consultant

Defining the Role of the Consultant

Philosophy of Consultation

Specific Functions of the Consultant

Conclusions

8. At the Helm: Interviewing Adolescent Male Juvenile Delinquents

Philosophy of Interviewing

The “Curiosity Model” of Interviewing

Key Issues in Interviewing Delinquents

Conclusions

9. Stem the Tide: Case Histories

Case 1: A Study in Contradictions

Case 2: A Premature Ending

Case 3: From a Chaotic Family to Heroism

Case 4: Turning His Life Around

Case 5: Struggle Leads to Success

Case 6: A Horatio Alger Story

Conclusions

10. Sailing Home: Final Thoughts

Agnew’s General Strain Theory and Causation

The Ocean Tides Effect

The Importance of Clinical Consultants

What Has Happened Since 2007?

Where Do We Go From Here? Implications for Public Policy

Appendix A: Additional Tables

Appendix B: Administrator Performance Evaluation Form: Ocean Tides, Inc.

Appendix C: Sample Reports

Index



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