Rational Emotive Therapy

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    Programs that specialize in providing therapeutic interventions that are based on the theory developed by Albert Ellis that self-defeating thoughts and irrational beliefs and feelings underlie disordered behavior. RET therapists identify and vigorously challenge irrational thoughts and beliefs utilizing a technique called cognitive restructuring to alter maladaptive thought patterns and replace them with more adaptive cognitions.

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    Residential Youth Services - Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)Treats adolescent males with: - Sexually abusive behaviors - Substance abuse challenges - Mental health challenges - Challenges with other criminogenic behaviors (ages 13-20) under a RCCF license Treats youth that are dually-diagnosed, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IVTR), with such classifications as: - Adjustment disorder - Bipolar disorder - Depression - Attention hyperactivity disorder - Several other DSM-IVTR distinctions. Youth also must meet these minimum criteria for admission: - Male youth 13 to 20 years of age - Youth able to keep self and others safe without constant redirection - (Offense specific) Youth with current sexual offense adjudications - (Offense specific) Youth who are in the process of being adjudicated for a sexual crime, or - (Offense specific) Youth who have been adjudicated of other crimes, and have inappropriate sexual behavior toward others that were not included in their adjudication, but need to be addressed, or - (Offense Specific) Youth who admitted guilt and are invested in changing their sexually abusive behavior - (Offense Specific) Youth with sexual or incestuous crimes against other children - Youth with adequate intelligence and social functioning (IQ at least 80) - Youth requiring treatment for mental health challenges including but not limited to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Bi-Polar Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Youth with other criminogenic challenges including but not limited to starting fires, trespassing, theft, substance abuse, etc. Weld CountyAlternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)

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