By Larry Myers and David Jackson
Many resources focus on how to make juvenile offenders act a certain way. However, when these same juvenile offenders are returned to their normal life, they are unequipped to successfully analyze situations and act appropriately.
Reality Therapy and Choice Theory works with the juveniles to understand why they do the things they do. It takes therapy from behind closed doors and into the real world.
The treatment method outlined in this invaluable resource allows individuals to analyze the here and now, as opposed to living in their past. 260 pages. 2002.