Children and Youth

Multiple Pathways to Juvenile Recidivism: Examining Parental Drug and Mental Health Problems, and Markers of Neuropsychological Deficits Among Serious Juvenile Offenders [2017]

The current study examines multiple pathways to antisocial behavior involving neurobiologically based measures and indicators of executive functioning in the interest of informing treatment and intervention services for the deepest end juvenile justice placements. Specifically, using a statewide, multiyear sample

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Organizational structure, climate, and collaboration between juvenile justice and community mental health centers: implications for evidence-based practice implementation for adolescent substance use disorder treatment [2020]

BackgroundSubstance use disorders are prevalent among youth involved with the criminal justice system, however, evidence-based substance use disorder treatment is often unavailable to this population. The goal of this study was to identify barriers to effective implementation of evidence-based practices

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Parents’ experiences of services addressing parenting of children considered at-risk for future antisocial and criminal behaviour: A qualitative longitudinal study [2018]

Highlights•Changing parenting is focus when services see families of conduct disordered children. •This can be helpful when trusting relationships with service providers develop. •Family functioning can improve when parents change attitudes to the child’s behaviour. •Parents find implementing consistent behaviour

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Perception on family support and predictors’ of satisfaction with the healthcare service among families of children and adolescents with serious mental illnesses who are in active psychiatric treatment [2018]

Problem Little is known about the factors related to satisfaction with healthcare services among families of children with serious mental illness who were in active psychiatry treatment. Methods A cross‐sectional study was conducted to explore perceived family support, illness beliefs,

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