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Macario, Marcello 1990 Attraverso Lo Specchio: Un Viaggio Nelle Comunita Terapeuticha Inglesi * Centro Studi Psichiatria e Territorio (Italy) * * PETT


Main, Tom {Edited, Jennifer Johns) 1989 The Ailment and Other Psychoanalytic Essays * Free Association Books (London) * * PETT


Makarenko, A.S. [compiler and editor not named] nd Makarenko, His Life and Work * Foreign Languages Publishing House (Moscow) * * PETT


Makarenko, A.S. 1954 A Book for Parents * Foreign Languages Publishing House (Moscow) * * PETT


Makarenko, A.S. 1955 The Road to Life (An Epic of Education) * Foreign Languages Publishing House (Moscow) * * PETT


Maller, Joshua-O 1971 The Therapeutic Community with Chronic Mental Patients * S Karger (Basel, Switzerland) * * PETT
Mann-Feder, Varda R. 1996 Adolescents in therapeutic communities * Adolescence Magazine * 3/22/1996 *


Manning, Nick 1989 The Therapeutic Community Movement: Charisma and Routinization * Routledge (London, New York) * * PETT


Manning, Nick 1991 Maxwell Jones and the Therapeutic Community Movement: A Sociological View * Therapeutic Communities 12: 2 and 3 83-97 *


Marcus, Paul 1999 Autonomy in the Extreme Situation: Bruno Bettelheim, the Nazi COncentration Camps and the Mass Society * Praeger (Westport, Connecticut/ London) * * PETT


Margolis, Philip M. 1973 Patient Power: The Development of a Therapeutic Community in a Psychiatric Unit of a General Hospital * Charles C. Thomas (Springfield, Illinois) * * PETT


Marino, Vincent C. 1983 Victory Over Drugs, Death and Degradation * VVM Inc (Kaneohe, Hawaii) * * PETT


Marino, Vinny 1996 Journey from Hell * Habilitat (Kaneohe, Hawaii) * * PETT


Martens, Johanna 2003 Psychiatric Problems in our "Normal" Therapeutic Communities for Drug Addicts * European Conference on rehabilitation and Drug Policy in Venedig, Mai 2003. * * *


Martin, Denis V. 1962 Adventure in Psychiatry: Social change in a Mental Hospital * Bruno Cassirer (Oxford) * * PETT


Martin, Denis V. 1974 Adventure in Psychiatry: Social change in a Mental Hospital (Second enlarged Edition) * Bruno Cassirer (Oxford) * * PETT


Masoni, Patrizia (ed) 1996 La Riabilitazione Dell’Adolescente nella Comunita Terapeutica: La patologia mentale grave; nuovi indirizzi metodologici * Dell Cerro (Pisa) * * PETT


Masoni, Patrizia; Paolo Balducci; Cinzia Coratti; Pia Hanswen; Sonia Melgovanni (eds) 2000 Le Comunita Terapeutiche: Ricerca sul funzionamento organizzativo e formazione degli operatori * Kappa (Italy) * * PETT


Mathers, James R. (Michael and Jean WIlson, eds.) 2003 Kaleidoscope: An Anthology of the Papers of James R. Mathers * Reardon Publishing (Cheltenham) * * PETT
Mattick, Richard P., O'Brien, Susannah; and Dodding, Jane 1998 Outcome Evaluation of the Woolshed Program * National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia Technical Report No. 62 * Online


McAteer, Jacinta 1991 Core Relationships with Enotionally and Behaviourally Disturbed Children at New Barns * Department of Human Psychology, Aston Univeristy * * PETT


McCord, William M 1982 The Psychopath and Milieu Therapy: A Longitudinal Study * Academic Press (London and New York) * * PETT


McCorkle, Lloyd W.; Elias, Albert; Bixby, F. Lovell 1958 The Highfields Story: An experimental treatment project for youthful offenders * Henry Holt (New York) * * PETT
McDonald, Danielle 2006 Empowering Female Inmates: An Exploratory Study of a Prison Therapeutic Community and its Impact on the Coping Skills of Substance Abusing Women Abstract: Over the past twenty years, the number of female inmates incarcerated for drug offenses has dramatically increased. This surge has led to a large portion of the female prison population coming into the corrections system with substance abuse problems. Currently, drug relapse is the number one reason for female recidivism. Robert Johnson (2002) has suggested that if inmates learn mature coping skills, while in prison, they will be better prepared for the world outside and will be less likely to return to the criminal justice system. Johnson’s concept of mature coping includes three elements: one must be able to accept the problem at hand, work through the problem without resorting to violence except in cases of self-defense, and learn to live in a community environment where one can assist others and empathize with their problems (Johnson, 2002). The therapeutic community is a program that has been adopted in many prison systems that appears to implement Johnson’s concept of mature coping. This research specifically examines a therapeutic community for women within a Pennsylvania prison to better understand if the women are indeed learning positive coping skills that will replace their prior negative coping skill of substance abuse. A combination of quantitative and qualitative methods was used to examine the differences between women in the therapeutic community and women who were on the waiting list for treatment. Data from this study suggests that women involved in the therapeutic community were able to improve their problem solving and seeking social support skills, while many still struggled with avoidance techniques. This study concludes by suggesting several policy implications. First, participants need to spend longer periods of time in treatment to learn and practice their positive coping skills. Second, more therapeutic communities need to be implemented within the prison to address the large number of women who are on the waiting list. A final suggestion involves adopting residential programs for these women, upon their release from prison, to provide them with support systems within their own communities. PhD., School of Graduate Studies and Research, Department of Criminology, Indiana University of Pensylvania * * *
McGauley, Gill and Humphrey, Martin 2003 "Contribution of Forensic Psychotherapy to the Care of Forensic Patients" * Advances in Psychiatric Treatment Vol 9 117-124 *


McKee, William J. 1994 Gould Farm: A Life of Sharing * Wm. J. Gould Associates (Monterey, Massachusetts) * * PETT


Mead, Kimberley Ada 1990 Negotiations in a Therapeutic Community * M.A. (Acadia University) * * *


Medinsky, Y.N. * Makarenko, his Life and Work: Articles, Talks and Reminiscences * Foreign Languages Publishing House (Moscow) * * PETT


Mering, Otto von and King, Stanley H. 1957 Remotivating the Mental Patient * Russel Sage Foundation (New York) * * PETT
Messina,Nena; Wish,Eric; Nemes, Susanna 2000 Predictors of Treatment Outcomes in Men and Women Admitted to a Therapeutic Community * American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse May * *
Messina,Nena; Wish,Eric; Nemes, Susanna 2001 "Therapeutic Community Treatment May Reduce Future Incarceration—A Research Note" * FEDERAL PROBATION Volume 65 Number 3 pp. 40-45 *
Messina, Nena P; Wish, Eric D; Nemes, Susanna; Wraight, Brook 2000 "Correlates of underreporting of post-discharge cocaine use among therapeutic community clients" * Journal of Drug Issues Winter * *
Meyer, Carolyn 1979 The Center: From a troubled past to a new life * Atheneum (New York) * * PETT
Michie, Susan 1980 "A Therapeutic Community in Cuba" "The revolution in Cuba brought enormous changes in all aspects of social life including mental health work. This paper describes the progress of the changes in psychiatric provision particularly focussed on the mental hospital in Havana. Comparisons are made between a "socialist" approach to mental health and the "democratic" therapeutic community approach." International Journal of Therapeutic Community 1:2 92-99 PETT


Millard, David Walter 1994 Collected Writings on Therapeutic Community * MD (Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Birmingham) * * PETT


Miller, Derek 1964 Growth to Freedom: The psychosocial treatment of delinquent youth * Social Science Paperbacks/Tavistock Publications (London) * * PETT


Mitchell, Dave, Mitchell, Cathy, and Ofshe, Richard 1980 The Light on Synanon: How a country weekly exposed a corporate cult – and won the Pulitzer Prize * Seaview Books (New York) * * PETT


Morgen, Keith J. 2003 Comparison of a Specially Trained Therapeutic Community Drug Abuse Counseling Staff with Treatment as Usual: Evaluating Longitudinal Treatment Process in Residential and Outpatient Facilities * PhD, Counseling Psychology, Lehigh University * * PETT


Morse, William C. (ed.) 1991 Crisis Intervention in Residential Treatment: The Clinical Innovations of Fritz Redl * Haworth Press (Binghampton, New York) * * PETT


Mosher, Loren R. and Burti, Lorenzo 1989 Community Mental Health: Principles and Practice * W.W. Norton (New York/London) * * PETT


Mosher, Loren R.; Vallone, Robert ; and Menn, Alma Zito ; with Hendrix, Voyce. Edited by Deborah C. Fort 1992 Treatment at Soteria House: A Manual for the Practice of Interpersonal Phenomenology * Final National Institutes of Mental Health Report: Grants Number R12MH 20123 and R12MH 25570 * * PETT
Moxnes, Paul 1978 Anxiety and organization (English title) Summary in English "After 9 months of observation, the Department was abolished as a therapeutic community and reorganized as a training department for severe disturbed patients. The effect this reorganization had on the staff's anxiety level and on their interpersonal relationships is mapped out and discussed." Ph.D., Psychology, University of Tromsoe *** *** ***
Murphy, Joseph G. nd "How do children learn to experience community?" * * * * *


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