cpss418 | undergraduate
Prevention And Treatment Interventions
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Intervention
- Propose a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy.
- Examine the origins of status offenders.
- Assess the methods of early childhood delinquency prevention.
Juvenile Delinquency and Institutional Assessment
- Analyze juvenile probation trends, community treatment, and institutional assessment.
- Evaluate targeted treatment approaches for specialized populations.
- Examine how subcultures influence treatment.
Community Reintegration: Change Though Continued Care
- Distinguish between the effects of mentoring and other forms of aftercare on juvenile offenders.
- Assess the value of aftercare programs for youth.
Evidence-Based Foundational Treatment Models
- Identify treatment systems, modalities, and models of adolescent care.
- Analyze the approaches to treatment strategies for adolescents.
- Examine youth-focused treatment programs.
Assessment, Methods, Procedures, and Program Delivery
- Summarize the objectives of the multidimensional and convergent validation model of assessment.
- Interpret the guidelines for using assessment instruments.
- Evaluate the elements, guidelines, and procedures for program delivery.
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