Theory and Cognitive Restructuring
Specialty courts have evolved significantly over recent years to address various underlying issues that may have led a person to engage in criminal behavior. These courts are often referred to as “problem-solving courts.” Some of these problem-solving courts include drug court, veteran’s court, teen court, or homeless court.Search the library and the Internet and research a problem-solving court in ColoradoBriefly describe and identify the major components of this court.Generally speaking, what are some of the criminological theories that serve as a foundation for this specialty court? Explain.What are the major issues that need to be addressed through this court with this special population of offenders? Explain.Does Cognitive Restructuring play a role in this court’s process? Explain.If Cognitive Restructuring is used, what are the most challenging elements of it with this special population?Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.