Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is a cognitive-behavioral treatment intervention normed on the forensic population, well researched over the past 30 years, and demonstrated to be an efficacious, evidence based practice. The aim of MRT is assisting individuals with reducing their risk for recidivism by providing them skills to think critically using moral reasoning to inform their decisions and affect prosocial changes in their thinking and behavior. This therapy has been demonstrated to be most effective treating highly resistant individuals with little motivation to change their thinking and behavior, as well as individuals with antisocial personality characteristics.

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