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Running head: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THEORY Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

 

JoLynn Kerschner

 

Mr. Eassey

 

CRM 330

 

November 16, 2016 1 COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THEORY 2 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

 

Introduction

 

Youth in the juvenile system have significantly higher mental health disorder rates than

 

children who are found within the general population (Dierkhising et al., 2013). They also may

 

have higher rates of disorders as compared to the youth who are under treatment within the

 

mental health system. The prevalence of mental disorders among juveniles is projected to be

 

about 22% while it is estimated that there is about 60% youth within the juvenile system.

 

Research suggests that about 25% to 33% of the youth in the juvenile system have mood

 

disorders (Dierkhising et al., 2013). Also, about 50% of the incarcerated girls have posttraumatic stress disorder and about 19% of the youth are suicidal (Kerr et al., 2014).

 

Additionally, about 66% of the children with mental illness in the juvenile system experience

 

substance abuse, thus making treatment and diagnosis complicated (Kerr et al., 2013). More than

 

120, 000 children and adolescents were found to be held in the juvenile justice facilities within

 

North America in 2004 (Sickmund, 2004).

 

Delinquent behavior, aggression, and antisocial behavior have been cited as some of the

 

factors that lead to the incarceration of many young individuals, but these issues wane when

 

compared to the cognitive health challenges that many of these youth face. Studies conducted

 

recently indicate that there is a high rate of mental disorders among youth found within the

 

juvenile system (Odgers et al., 2005). These results have made policy-makers, researchers as

 

well as clinicians to conduct a re-evaluation of the assessment and treatment options which the

 

youth are exposed to in correctional facilities. A substantial number of studies highlight that

 

many of the youth in juvenile systems suffer from multiple mental disorders (Ulzen et al., 1998: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THEORY 3 Abram et al., 2003: Teplin et al., 2002). Unfortunately, Grisso (2004) contends that many of the

 

mental health prognoses conducted for this population is poor and there is a need to respond to

 

the rehabilitation and treatment needs of the youth within these correctional environs. However,

 

the literature has failed to take into consideration that there has been renewed interest in

 

psychosocial interventions, including psychotherapy, particularly CBT techniques and its

 

advantages when treating juvenile offenders with mental health disorders.

 

Overview of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

 

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) represents a unique category of psychological

 

intervention based on scientific models of human behavior, cognition, and emotion (Dobson,

 

2000). A type of therapy commonly implemented in juvenile facilities that help patients

 

understand the thoughts and feelings that influence their behaviors (Turner, 2016). CBT depends

 

on the idea that one?s considerations, emotions, physical sensations, and activities are

 

interconnected, and that negative musings and sentiments can trap you in an endless loop.

 

Several well conducted meta-analyses have identified cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) as a

 

particularly effective intervention for reducing the recidivism of juvenile and adult offenders

 

(Lipsey & Landberger, 2005). A meta-analysis on 69 studies conducted by Pearson, Lipton,

 

Cleland, and Yee, showed that CBT did have an association with recidivism rates. Some argue

 

that CBT is among the most efficacious treatments for depression (Waslick, et al., 2003), and has

 

been supported by much empirical literature in the past (TADS, 2004; Kaufman, Rohde, Seeley,

 

Clarke, & Stice, 2005). COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THEORY 4

 


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