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Examining Executive Functioning Deficits in Juvenile Delinquents with a History of Trauma Exposure
We examined whether an early childhood history of trauma explains which juvenile offenders develop Executive Functioning (EF) deficits. One hundred and eighty-eight incarcerated adolescent males were evaluated for personal ...
Forming Therapeutic Alliances across the Milieu: Clinical Implications and Challenges of Working with Adjudicated Adolescent Males in Residential Treatment
Forming a positive and collaborative relationship with a therapist is perceived to be one of the key change agents in the psychotherapeutic process (Bordin, 1979). While a limited number of studies have examined the factors ...