Clinical Mental Health

Anger and aggression treatments: a review of meta-analyses [2018]

Highlights• There is considerable variability in the effectiveness of anger treatments. • Cognitive-behavioral interventions are the most commonly studied treatment of anger. • Court-mandated anger management classes are underrepresented in the literature. • Behavioral rehearsal may be more effective than therapy targeting cognitive changes.

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Are Psychological Treatments for Adults With Histories of Violent Offending Associated With Change in Dynamic Risk Factors? A Meta-Analysis of Intermediate Treatment Outcomes [2020]

This meta-analysis examined whether psychological treatments delivered to adults with histories of violent offending in correctional and forensic mental health settings were related to change in dynamic risk factors. Twenty-two controlled studies (86% comprised male samples) were identified via a

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