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Calame, a social worker who coordinated an Aggression Replacement Training program in Canada, and Parker, a consultant and trainer in Canada who has also worked with these groups, outline an 11-session family skills program for family members of delinquent youth enrolled in Prepare, Aggression Replacement Training (ART), and Training in Essential Skills (TIES) instruction to learn social skills, anger control techniques, moral reasoning, empathy, problem-solving/conflict resolution, and other competencies.
Attempts to introduce the Aggression Replacement Training curriculum in juvenile facilities met with strong resistance because of the program's intensive quality assurance and adherence expectations.
200,000 -- This project will implement Services for Justice-Involved Youth, a program to reduce violent behaviors by at-risk youth and provide intervention services such as Aggression Replacement Training and Multi-Systemic Therapy.
Aggression Replacement Training, which provides skill streaming, moral reasoning training and aggression replacement training to cognitively and behaviorally challenge anti-social skills and develop pro-social skills.
These could include specialized programs such as drug and alcohol therapy, sex offender treatment and aggression replacement training.