The study presents a review of evidence-based strategies used to track adherence in outpatient diversion programs. The authors highlight that program completion is an indicator for low recidivism rates. Multiple tools need to be used to ensure that individuals with psychiatric illnesses are receiving their treatment and completing their diversion programs successfully.
The article describes the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Criminal Mental Health Project (CMHP) also known as the Miami Model, which was developed in 2000 to streamline screening, identify program participants, support with reentry, expedite access to state and federal benefits and improve outcomes for individuals with mental health needs in the criminal justice system. The program is effective at not replicating services and similarly it is cost efficient.
This article provides the definition and examples of transference and countertransference between a provider and patient. It explains the process of transference and what it looks like in a client or a provider and how to mitigate transference to provide capable treatment for each patient.