Evidence Based Treatment Model

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Henggeler et al. (2009) conducted a study to examine family and peers as mediators of change by using the evidenced based treatment model, MST. The study was testing the theory of change and specifically how family and peer relations would positively change the outcomes of general anti-social behavior; sexual deviancy in particular. This study also discussed the small existence of literature on the topic and the criteria of mediators of change provided by Kazdin (2007). This study has given the undersigned a new perspective. Not only did this study prove that negative peer interaction has an effect on antisocial behavior, but it also affects sexual deviant interest/risk behaviors. The undersigned knew that environmental factors affect behavior,

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