The Equip Program: Teaching Youth to Think and Act Responsibly through a Peer-Helping Approach

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9780878223565: The Equip Program: Teaching Youth to Think and Act Responsibly through a Peer-Helping Approach
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A three-part intervention method for working with antisocial or behavior disordered adolescents. The approach includes training in moral judgment, anger management/correction of thinking errors, and prosocial skills. Youth involved in the EQUIP training program participate in two types of group sessions - Equipment Meetings (in which the leader teaches specific skills) and Mutual Help Meetings (in which the leader coaches students as they use the skills they've learned to help each other). The EQUIP program received the 1998 Reclaiming Children and Youth Spotlight on Excellence Award. In addition to being widely used in the U.S., EQUIP has been adapted for use in Canada, the Netherlands, and several other countries. Program Evaluation In an evaluation of the program, 57 boys between the ages of 15 and 18 who were recently committed to a juvenile corrections facility were randomly assigned to one of three groups: 1) The experimental EQUIP treatment group, 2) the motivational control group, or 3) the simple control group. Results indicated that participants in the EQUIP group experienced significant decreases in self- and staff-reported institutional misconduct as well as gains in social skills, whereas participants in either control group did not. There were no differences between groups in regards to changes in moral judgment.Leeman, L.W., Gibbs, J.C., & Fuller, D. (1993). Evaluation of a multi-component group treatment program for juvenile delinquents. Aggressive Behavior, 19, 281-292.UpdatesSince its introduction in the early 1990s, the EQUIP Program has been adapted and implemented at various facilities and institutions in North America, Europe, and Australia. The institutions include juvenile correctional facilities, community-based adult correctional facilities, halfway houses, re-entry programs, and middle schools. The young persons served have ranged in age from preadolescence through adulthood.One example is the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Red Wing, which provides treatment, education, and transition services for chronic male juvenile offenders. After implementing and adapting EQUIP, Red Wing saw its recidivism rate drop by better than half (from 53% to 21%; see Gibbs, Potter, DiBiase and Devlin, in press).Book Reviews""For the first time, 'what we know' and 'what we know works' have been distilled into a highly readable, scientifically proven intervention program for antisocial youth.""--Laurie Rice, Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services""The EQUIP Program is a must read...Gibbs and colleagues provide the reader with a succinct but clear conceptual understanding of the causes of antisocial behavior, cognitive treatment strategies, and methods to empirically validate the effectiveness of interventions.""--John Lemmon, Juvenile Justice Update""The beauty of this book is its organization and practicality...The EQUIP Program is realistic and would be beneficial for teachers, principals, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and those interested in making a positive impact on youth.""--Carol A. Yeager, The Peer Facilitator Quarterly

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EQUIP is a thoroughly tested, multi-component intervention for working with antisocial adolescents and those with behavior disorders. It is based on the premise that youths will help one another effectively once they are motivated through a positive group context and equipped with specific skills for providing mutual help.EQUIP's three-part approach includes training in: -- Moral Judgment-- Anger Management/Correction of Thinking Errors-- Prosocial SkillsStudents involved in the EQUIP program participate in two types of group sessions -- Equipment Meetings (in which the leader teaches specific skills that are demonstrated, discussed, and practiced) and Mutual Help Meetings (in which the leader coaches students as they use the skills they've learned to help each other).The authors provide information necessary to establish a successful program, including details on how to get a group started, how to maximize group participation, how to deal with negative group members, and more.The appendices contain two assessment instruments that are invaluable for assessing youths' moral judgment and social skill levels, the Sociomoral Reflection Measure -- Short Form questionnaire and the Inventory of Adolescent Problems -- Short Form.

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