Reducing Gun Violence

Results from an Intervention in East Los Angeles
Author: George Tita,K. Jack Riley,Greg Ridgeway,Clifford A. Grammich,Allan Abrahamse
Publisher: Rand Corporation
ISBN: 0833051431
Category: Social Science
Page: 82
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To assess whether an initiative to reduce gun violence that had been successful in Boston could be adapted for use elsewhere, researchers selected an East Los Angeles area for a similar intervention that was to include both law enforcement and social service components. Although the latter component was not widely available when the intervention began, researchers found that the intervention helped reduce violent and gang crime in the targeted districts and that crime also decreased in surrounding communities.

Family Empowerment as an Intervention Strategy in Juvenile Delinquency


Author: Richard Dembo,Nathaniel J. Pallone
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780789013910
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 113
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Use the Family Empowerment Intervention to combat recidivism in your young clients! Family Empowerment as an Intervention Strategy in Juvenile Delinquency presents the conceptual foundations and clinical techniques of a family empowerment intervention for juvenile offenders. This rigorously evaluated, innovative, low-cost intervention was provided in a large-scale clinical trial involving arrested youths who were processed at the Hillsborough County Juvenile Assessment Center in Florida. This valuable book provides you with detailed analyses of the long-term impact of this effective in-home intervention on youth's recidivism and psychosocial functioning. In this book you'll find a detailed overview of the Family Empowerment Intervention (FEI) that discusses: its theoretical foundations what the intervention can accomplish the various phases of the intervention engaging families and moving them through the FEI to graduation the role, selection, and training of Field Consultants who deliver the intervention what you can do to ensure the integrity of FEI services crisis intervention staff and family safety issues Then, Family Empowerment as an Intervention Strategy in Juvenile Delinquency presents the results of two studies of the long-term impact of the FEI on recidivism among the approximately 300 youths who participated in the program. The first study tracks recidivism, the second focuses on psychosocial functioning among these youths. The results may surprise you! Family Empowerment as an Intervention Strategy in Juvenile Delinquency will be of vital interest to every individual and organization serving high-risk youth, including juvenile diversion programs, juvenile justice agencies, and alternative schools.

Vicious Cycle

An Intervention Novel
Author: Terri Blackstock
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310289203
Category: Fiction
Page: 336
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When fifteen-year-old Lance Covington finds an abandoned baby in the backseat of a car, he knows she’s the newborn daughter of a meth addict he’s been trying to help. But when police arrest him for kidnapping, Lance is thrust into a criminal world of baby trafficking and drug abuse. His mother, Barbara, looks for help from Kent Harlan—the man whom she secretly, reluctantly loves and who once helped rescue her daughter from a mess of her own. Kent flies to her aid and begins the impossible work of getting Lance out of trouble, protecting a baby who has no home, and finding help for a teenage mother hiding behind her lies. In this latest novel of suspense and family loyalty, bestselling author Terri Blackstock offers a harrowing look at drug addiction, human trafficking, and the devastating choices that can change lives forever.

Addict Nation

An Intervention for America
Author: Jane Velez-Mitchell,Sandra Mohr
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 0757315453
Category: Health & Fitness
Page: 326
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Presents a view of the world from the perspective of a recovering addict, showing readers how to resist the addictions that take away Americans' freedoms.

Best Practices: The classroom as an intervention context


Author: Katharine G. Butler
Publisher: Aspen Pub
ISBN: 9780834205871
Category: Education
Page: 240
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This volume presents techniques for classroom-based intervention for children from preschool through adolescence. Best Practices II: The Classroom As an Intervention Context offers instructional frameworks and models for designing classroom and clinical interventions.

An Intervention


Author: Mike Bartlett
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781848423831
Category: Drama
Page: 69
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"One of them went on the anti-war protest, shouted their lungs out, then got horrendously and staggeringly drunk. The other stayed at home, watched TV for a bit, and thought about the future. A touching and funny play about what happens when you hate your best friend."--Page [4] of cover

Parents with Eating Disorders

An Intervention Guide
Author: Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit,James Lock
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351859242
Category: Psychology
Page: 194
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This groundbreaking volume presents a new conceptual approach to treating adults with eating disorders and their children. By utilizing Parent-Based Prevention, a state-of-the-art intervention program from Stanford University for families who risk raising children in the context of parental eating disorders, Parents with Eating Disorders offers a practical, evidence-based manual to working with affected families with the goal of preventing disordered eating from being passed to future generations. Additional resources include intervention planning and self-assessment forms intended for clinicians to use as they implement the program.

Medicine and Empathy in Contemporary British Fiction

An Intervention in Medical Humanities
Author: Anne Whitehead
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780748686186
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 216
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This book marks a critical intervention in the medical humanities that takes issue with its understanding of empathy as something that one has. Drawing on phenomenology and feminist affect theory, it positions empathy as something that one does and that is embedded within structural,institutional, and cultural relations of power. More than this, it questions the assumption that empathy is limited to the clinical relation, thinking about medicine as more broadly defined. Combining theoretical argument with literary case studies of books by Mark Haddon, Pat Barker, Ian McEwan,Aminatta Forna and Kazuo Ishiguro, this book also contends that contemporary fiction is not a vehicle for accessing another's illness experience, but is itself engaging critically with the question of empathy and its limits.

Planning Health Promotion Programs

An Intervention Mapping Approach
Author: L. Kay Bartholomew Eldredge,Guy S. Parcel,Gerjo Kok,Nell H. Gottlieb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118046845
Category: Medical
Page: 800
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This guide to the planning of health promotion programs uses the increasingly popular Intervention Mapping approach, a theory- and evidence-based interactive process that links needs assessment with program planning in a way that adds efficiency and improves outcomes. Students, researchers, faculty, and professionals will appreciate the authors’ approach to applying theories of behavior and social change to the design of coherent, practical health education interventions. Written by internationally recognized authorities in Intervention Mapping, the book explains foundations in Intervention Mapping, provides an overview of the role of behavioral science theory in program planning3⁄4including a review of theories and how to assess theories and evidence3⁄4and a step-by-step guide to Intervention Mapping, along with detailed case examples of its application to public health programs. Planning Health Promotion Programs is the second and substantially revised edition of the bestselling resource Intervention Mapping.

Active responding

an intervention for shyness in dyadic social conversation
Author: Michael J. Fitzgerald
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 372
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School-Based Interventions for Students with Behavior Problems


Author: Julie Bowen,William R. Jenson,Elaine Clark
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306481147
Category: Psychology
Page: 301
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- Although there are several books published on behavioral problems, this is the first book that provides a variety of proven classroom strategies in a step-by-step format that educators can implement and incorporate into their classroom routine and curriculum - A helpful reference and instructional guide of over 100 interventions for managing and reducing behavior and learning problems in children and adolescents - Each intervention is written in an easy-to-follow format, which includes: the targeted behavior, age group, goal, materials needed, implementation steps, and troubleshooting ideas

Evaluating Nursing Interventions

A Theory-Driven Approach
Author: Souraya Sidani,Carrie Jo Braden
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761903161
Category: Medical
Page: 190
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The authors of this innovative book offer a comprehensive perspective on nursing intervention together with theory-driven guidelines for future study. They provide a clear explanation of the problems encountered in outcomes and intervention research and then proceed, via the Intervention Theory, to show how these studies can be undertaken reasonably and comprehensively.