Welcome to In the Loop. The latest news from MST and our Network Partners.
ITL-header

microphone-image.pngStill Time to Register for MST Pre-Conference at 2016 Blueprints Conference

There’s no question our juvenile justice system is failing the youth of today. Not only are there too many kids entering the system, there are far too many being shuttled into a revolving door of incarceration. This comes at a high cost to everyone.

Every two years, policymakers, practitioners and researchers come together at the Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development Conference to support, guide and learn about evidence-based programs (EBPs) designed specifically to combat this failing system.

This year, Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is holding a pre-conference on April 11.

SEE WHO'S SPEAKING AT THE MST PRE-CONFERENCE

# OF
MST TEAMS

533

compared to 195 in January 2004

winners.pngCongratulations Quarterly Winners

awards-1

Each quarter we recognize individuals, teams and MST friends who go above and beyond. Join us in congratulating our All-Star Winners and Whatever It Takes Winners for Fourth Quarter 2015. 

View_Winners_1

 

upcoming-events

Join us in Colorado in April for the 2016 Blueprints Conference. If you know of anyone interested in learning more about treating juveniles with MST, be sure to encourage them to the attend the MST pre-conference. Registration is still open.

blueprints-2016.jpg

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Network Partner Conference
Oct. 19-21, 2016
Wild Dunes Resort
Isle of Palms, SC

MST International Conference
March 6-7, 2017
Charleston, SC

European MST Conference
May 2018
Sweden



new-mst-publications

  • 101 Henggeler, S. W., Borduin, C. M., Melton, G. B., Mann, B. J., Smith, L., & Hall, J. A., Cone, L., & Fucci, B. R. (1991). Effects of multisystemic therapy on drug use and abuse in serious juvenile offenders: A progress report from two outcome studies. Family Dynamics of Addiction Quarterly, 1, 40-51.
  • 399 Trupin, E. J., Kerns, S. E. U., Walker, S. C. DeRobertis, M. T., & Stewart, D. G. (2011). Family integrated transitions: A promising program for juvenile offenders with co-occurring disorders. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20, 421-436.
  • 469 Carcone, A.I., Ellis, D.A., Chen, X., Naar, S., Cunningham, P.B., & Moltz, K. (2015, May 5). Multisystemic Therapy improves the patient-provider relationship in families of adolescents with poorly controlled insulin dependent diabetes. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. DOI 10.1007/s10880-015-9422-y.
  • 470 Henggeler, S. W. (2016). Community-based interventions for juvenile offenders. In K. Heilbrun, D. Dematteo, & N. Goldstein (Eds.), APA handbook of psychology and juvenile justice (pp. 575-595). Washington, DC: APA Press.
  • 471 Tuerk, E. H., McCart, M. R., & Henggeler, S. W. (2012). Collaboration in family therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 68, 168-178.
  • 1103 Boxer, P., Kubik, J., Ostermann, M., & Veysey, B. (2015). Gang involvement moderates the effectiveness of evidence-based intervention for justice-involved youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 52, 26-33.

To request an MST-related publication, send an e-mail with the publication number in the subject line to network.partner@mstservices.com.



  • Free MST jobs website, MSTjobs.com
    You can post positions as well as review resumes of applicants who are looking for MST-related opportunities.

  • Medicaid call
    Next Medicaid call will be held on March 23, 2016 at 1 p.m. (ET). To join this call, email melanie.duncan@mstservices.com.

In Case You Missed It...

MST is sharing our work through social media, videos and blogs.
Be sure to connect with us!


            

 

Here is just some of what you have missed out on recently if you aren’t following us on social media.

A great re-post on Facebook of a Frontline article on juveniles in the justice system.

Also on Facebook, the #BetheGood campaign—MSTers around the world are sharing memes that represent being the change they want to see in the world. Here is one example from Joey Penman:

when-a-flower-doesnt-bloom.jpg

 

On Twitter, a re-post of an article about juveniles tried as adults says:
Should 16-year-olds be tried as adults?
There's an alternative that might lower crime rates.

We had a series of blogs about the presenters coming to the MST Blueprints Pre-conference, including one about Nell Bernstein, as well as a blog about how to sustain evidence-based practices.

    

 Unsubscribe from all future emails