Pilot evaluation of the Coping Course: a cognitive-behavioral intervention to enhance coping skills in incarcerated youth.

@article{Rohde2004PilotEO,
  title={Pilot evaluation of the Coping Course: a cognitive-behavioral intervention to enhance coping skills in incarcerated youth.},
  author={Paul Rohde and Jenel S Jorgensen and John R Seeley and David E Mace},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={669-76}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the development and initial evaluation of the Coping Course, a cognitive-behavioral group intervention designed to enhance general coping and problem-solving skills among incarcerated youth. METHOD Between 2001 and 2002, 76 male adolescents incarcerated at a youth correctional facility were assessed by questionnaire and randomly assigned to either the Coping Course (n = 46) or usual care (n = 30). Participants repeated the questionnaire after completion of the… CONTINUE READING

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