This article discusses how cultural changes in the United States led to an emergence of a number of mandated treatments intended to address the specific concerns of substance abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. A brief history of interventions for each of the respective fields is described and a trend toward more humanistic treatment methods is noted. The similarities between the Person-Centered Approach and current trends in these fields are explained.
Jordan, Rachel A.; Lampo, Denise; Parshall, Steven T.; and DeVuyst, Renee T. (2014). "The 180 Degree Turn: Finding the Human Side of Mandated Counseling." The Person Centered Journal 21.1-2, 55-68.
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This article was originally published in The Person Centered Journal.