Impact of Cognitive-Behavioral Group Social Work Interventions on Social Adjustment of Delinquent Children
Abstract:
Introduction
the present study aimed to examine the impact of cognitive-behavioral group social work interventions on social adjustment of delinquent children.
Method
in this experimental research (pre-test and post-test design with control group)، 40 delinquent children were selected from Tehran rehabilitation of young offenders'' center and randomly assigned into experimental and control groups. The study repeated for 12-14 and 15-18 years old children. The experimental groups participated in social work group for 9 sessions and the control groups received no intervention. To gathering information we used from Bell Adjustment Questionnaire and to analysis the data independent T test were used.
Findings
The findings indicated that the application of cognitive-behavioral group social work had significant effects on social adjustment of 15-18 years old children.
Discussion
So conduction of a group social work model to improve social adjustment of delinquents is possible. This model can be helpful in schools، rehabilitation centers or social work clinics in probation services.
Language:
Persian
Published:
Social Welfare Quarterly, Volume:13 Issue:50, 2013
Pages:
229 - 249
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