Effectiveness Bank Drug Treatment Matrix cell: Reconciling the interests of community, clients, and families
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Reconciling the interests of community, clients, and families
Key studies on the roles of management in treatment’s impacts on crime and safeguarding the community, with a focus on criminal justice and child protection. Explore what research can offer managers who have to reconcile the interests of clients, their families and the community. Examine the credentials of the most well known model for working with offenders, ask yourself why cognitive-behavioural approaches are so prominent, and consider the feasibility of prioritising the child when the parent is the patient.

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One of 25 cells in the Drug Treatment Matrix mapping seminal and key research on harm reduction and treatment in relation to illegal drugs.
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