During the summer members of Prepsec have been involved in Three imortant Conferences 1. Saras PEACE4Kids Conference in Denver As usual the conference was a success both with regard to the program and the social events. The conference was a collaboration between Prepsec and Saras organiszation. During the conference different committees and the Board had the opportunity to [...]
As a part of Master Trainer Education 20 staff members have been trained in Birmingham. The participants represented 4 special schools and custody service for young people and have by now finished 6 days training in the program. After doing additional training with supervision from the master trainer candidate, they will start training in classes. In [...]
Prepsec International will like to congratulate Sara for the newbook. This is great News and by now Problem Solving Training, Social Perception Training, Anger Control Training and Empathy Training are published in the serie.
The 7th class of the post graduate education is now graduated. The students have presented their thesises which included topics like the effects of AART and SPT, motivation issues, implementation, brain Research in Connection With traumatic experiences, mindfullness and childrens influence on each other. 29 students were graduated among those 8 from Denmark.
Since 2007 the ART Center at Diakonhjemmet University College in Norway was involved in the CYAR project. CYAR stands for Children and Youth at Risk in the Barents Region of Russia and is collaboration between Norway, Sweden, Finland and North West Russia. ART and Family Ties were among the programs that have been disseminated to Russia. Since [...]
Master trainers from 7 different countries were gathered in Denmark from the 24th until the 27th of September. The purpose was partly to share experiences within the PREPSEC programs and partly to discuss how the organization could be developed further. In the column “About Prepsec” you will find “minutes”. Here you can read the minutes from [...]
An article that confirms the positive effect of Family Ties is accepted in the peer – reviewed International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health. The Authors are Stephen Ellenbogen, Robert Calame, Kim Parker and Nick Trome. Congratualtions!
The effects of Aggression Replacement Training were explored in a group of Dutch violent young men ages 16 to 21 years, who were obliged by the court to follow a treatment program in a forensic psychiatric outpatient clinic. To evaluate the training, patients completed a set of self-report questionnaires at three moments in time: at intake/before [...]
This week Research Press have uploaded all their new or recently published titles onto Amazon.com in the US. Research Press are also finalizing arrangements to have the books handled by Eurospan.com for purchase all over the world, except for the US and Canada, and Eurospan will post the books on Amazon in Europe and other areas. This may make it [...]