Family Treatment Model and the Group Treatment Model of Disorders

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Therefore scholars have used family support to facilitate the prediction of positive adjustment during adolescence. Given the fundamental influence of the family and groups on the life of a child, research has proved that there is a potential benefit of including the family and groups when treating high-risk youths. Workings with group and family system have proved to be the most effective way of dealing with drug abuse and delinquent youths. The study will use both primary and secondary to analyze the similarities and differences between the outcomes of the family treatment model and the group treatment model of disorders To find answers to the question, the research has to identify appropriate samples to include in the research. The appropriate sample population for this research will include adolescents with conduct disorder involving the violation of rules. Ad discussed in the DSM-IV, for a condition to qualify as a conduct disorder, it must have occurred with a period of six months. The serious violation of rules to investigate in the samples include, To identify the samples, the researcher will contact correctional centers or counseling resource centers. In these facilities, the researcher will able to find the victims or individuals admitted for treatment due to repeated violations of institutional rules. Contacting the facilities will also enable easy reach for counselors who employ the target treatment models to treat clients with conduct disorders. The selection of the participant samples will rely on the volition of every individual (Bordens amp. Abbott, 2014). There will be no compulsion or enticement of any person to participate. This statement is to means that there will be payments or promise of any gains to induce the samples into participating in the research. To select the clients or victims of conduct disorders, counselors working in the correctional and counseling resource centers.