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Moral Reconation Therapy® – MRT has facilitated positive, measurable change around the world for those struggling with addiction, incarceration, and mental health issues, and the communities affected by it.  More than 200 outcome studies have been published about MRT by various agencies. A sampling of them is included in our Research and Citations section.  Use our Forms section to download a cost proposal if you want to learn more about hosting MRT training in your agency. CCI is the sole provider of MRT training and materials.

Check out our archived Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Review Newsletters by clicking the links below:

CBTR 3rd & 4th Quarter 2017
The GEO Group Reports Reductions in Criminal Thinking Using MRT
CBTR 1st & 2nd Quarter 2017
Kentucky SMART Probation Program: Year One Report; MRT Implementation Inside the St. Louis County Jail; Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Model Healing to Wellness Court
CBTR 1st & 2nd Quarter 2016
Recidivism and Meta-Analysis Results of MRT in Drug Courts; Twenty-Year Summary of Brevard County Adult Court

CBTR 4th Quarter 2015 – MRT Implemented in Mental Health Centers; Kern County Probation Department:  Day Reporting Center Evaluation Study
CBTR 3rd Quarter 2015
MRT in Drug Courts:  Comprehensive Review of Recidivism Outcomes & Meta-Analysis of Adult Court Results;Treating Trauma and Depression in Thurston County, WA Drug Court Program; Volusia County DUI Treatment Court

CBTR 1st & 2nd Quarter 2015
Effects of MRT in 12 Kentucky State Adult Institutions 2010-2014 By Lada Kloi Odobasic; MRT Utilized to Reduce Jail Recidivism at Ada County Sheriff’s Office; Missouri 35th Judicial District Family Court Awarded the Peer Learning Courts of Excellence Award
CBTR 3rd & 4th Quarter 2014
Changing Criminal Behavior:  A Cooperative Program Involving Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and Community Resources; Tennessee Experiences Increases in DUI Recidivism
CBTR 1st & 2nd Quarter 2014
Creating Behavior Change and Treating the Seriously Mentally Ill Inmate; MRT Effects in an Adolescent Group Home;Domestic Violence Research Update
CBTR 2nd & 3rd Quarter 2013
Comprehensive Evaluation of Virginia Drug Courts Provides Support for the Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment; Justice-Involved Veterans Treatment Evidence Review
CBTR 1st Quarter 2013
Missouri Family Court Is Meeting Objectives; Interview with Norma Jaeger; Cognitive Behavioral Research Update
CBTR 3rd & 4th Quarter 2009
Effects of Moral Reconation Therapy in a County Managed Day Reporting Center (DRC) Program; New Mexico Juvenile Drug Court Evaluation
CBTR 3rd & 4th Quarter 2008
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT®) Added to SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices
CBTR 2nd Quarter 2007
8 -Year Thurston County Drug Court Outcomes; MRT as an Evidence-Based Practice; MRT in Brooklyn Treatment Court; Anne Arundel Juvenile Treatment Court Research;  Maryland Juvenile Anger Management Outcomes
CBTR 1st Quarter 2006
Review Of One- to Three-Year Recidivism Of Felony Offenders Treated With MRT® In Prison Settings; MRT in DUI Courts article by Judge Marion F. Edwards, Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal; A Brief Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Shoplifters
CBTR 2nd Quarter 2004
Treating Juvenile Offenders and At-risk Youth with MRT; Anchorage Wellness Court Issues Outcome Report; RSAT lessons learned
CBTR 3rd Quarter 2003
Effects of MRT on Male Felony Offenders in a Prison-based Therapeutic Community Program by K. D. Burnette, et. al.; Durango, CO, Results with At-risk Youth using SRT and MRT by Lane Lasater
CBTR 2nd Quarter 2003
Washington State’s Drug Courts for Adult Defendants:  Outcome Evaluation and Cost-Benefit Analysis; Outcome data for Las Cruces, NM, Drug Court by Mark Whitehead; How MRT Saved a Life by LeAnne Fletcher
CBTR 1st Quarter 2003
Effects of MRT upon Female Offenders in a Prison-based Therapeutic Community Program; Juvenile DWI/Drug Court, Albuquerque, NM by McCracken, Hearn and Stuckey
CBTR – 1st & 2nd Quarter 2002
School-based MRT – Signs of Success in a Rural Louisiana High School by Dr. Bill Swann; 3 year Recidivism Outcomes of Illinois DOC High-Risk Parolee Re-entry Program
CBTR – 3rd & 4th Quarter 2001
Effectiveness Study of the MRT Program at Jefferson County, TX, Restitution Center; Results of MRT Utilization in Las Cruces, NM, Juvenile Drug Court
CBTR 1st & 2nd Quarter 2001
Montana Pilot Project Results:  Using MRT for At-risk Youth at Billing Senior High School; Better People Program is Reducing Recidivism & Changing Clients’ Lives; Virginia Job Skills Training Program Exceeds National Standards for Job Placement and Retention
CBTR 3rd & 4th Quarter 2000
Comprehensive 10 year review of MRT Outcome Research – Part 2;  Anderson County, TN, Tennessee Probation Department Implements Successful Programs
CBTR 2nd Quarter 2000
Comprehensive 10 year review of MRT Outcome Research – Part 1; Youth and Parents Benefit from Las Cruces, NM, Juvenile Drug Court; Jackson, MS Probation Service Sees Reductions in Misdemeanor Recidivism
CBTR 1st Quarter 2000
Montana-based program shows Reductions in Domestic Violence Re-arrests After Treatment

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