Psychiatry at Riley Children's Hospital (04:09)
Dr. Richard Lawlor helps many children that experience various forms of abuse. Over the years, the severity of the problems has increased. Lawlor reflects on children opening up to a therapist and the likelihood of teenagers emerging from chaotic situations unscathed.
Psychology at the Indiana Dept. of Correction (03:31)
Dr. Pamela Guthrie discusses early intervention and community programs for at risk children. She uses an adaptive model of dialectical behavior therapy with her patients. The coping skills address four categories: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotional regulation.
Counseling at Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility (02:09)
Stephanie Roberts works with offenders 17.5-years-old and older. She teaches cognitive skills in core subjects like thinking for change, stay sharp group, and anger management.
Sex Offender Treatment at Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility (01:58)
The sex offender program houses children from 12-20-years old in four units. Tim Greathouse outlines various types of offenses.
Problem Solving Work (03:53)
Dr. Pamela Guthrie discusses the struggles therapists face when treating patients living in a correctional facility. Guthrie explains dialectical behavior therapy's two fundamental philosophies. Stephanie Roberts reflects on children living in violent situations and providing support.
Individual Programs for Sex Offenders (02:56)
Assessments at Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility determine which parts of the program offenders participate in; the program has two groups: sexual deviants and social growth and development. Tim Greathouse discusses the outreach program and reviews a sex offender's goals and objectives
Learning Anger Management Skills (03:31)
Dr. Pamela Guthrie does not consider anger a primary emotion; most of the time it is triggered by fear. Guthrie reflects on a group's inability to comprehend that an emotion occurs before anger. Stephanie Roberts addresses emotional triggers with a group of offenders and reflects on survival skills.
Evidence Based Practices (04:43)
Juvenile sex offenders have recidivism rate from 8-10%. Tim Greathouse reflects on helping juveniles successfully function in society. Psychologist Dr. Pamela Guthrie reflects on working in a correctional facility environment. Psychologists need flexibility when working in the Dept. of Corrections.
CARE Team (08:52)
The CARE team at Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility alleviates the need for physical force on offenders. Counselor Kate Frazier uses verbal skills to de-escalate a volatile situation with an offender. (Graphic language)
Linking Childhood Trauma to Adult Problems (04:36)
Dr. Richard Lawlor believes intensive work can help children become productive citizens. He reflects on the effectiveness of intensive in-patient treatment; he believes children need a structured and balanced program. Lawlor summarizes what he believes is in a child's best interest.
Credits: Counseling and Psychology: General Perspectives (00:06)
Credits: Counseling and Psychology: General Perspectives
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