2010, Effective Case Management, Dept. of Justice, Center for Effective Public Policy. Lists 16 effective programs, including Truthought.
A complementary Thinking Assessment, developed by Dr. Kay Baker.
Talbert House, the University of Cincinnati and Truthought agreed to implement and evaluate the Truthought Treatment Model at five Talbert House service sites. The program was designed to capture data on treatment outcomes from a variety of populations including men, women, and children and from both residential and outpatient settings. In the research report the Truthought model is referred to by its aka: Corrective Thinking.
Hubbard, D., & Latessa, E. (2004) Final Report: Evaluation of Cognitive-Behavioral Programs for Offenders: A Look at Outcome and Responsivity in Five Treatment Programs. Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Systems.
Hubbard, D. (2002). Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment: An analysis of gender and other responsivity characteristics and their effects on success in offender rehabilitation. Unpublished dissertation, University of Cincinnati.
This study refers to the Truthought Model as Corrective Thinking.