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REducing the risk of criminal exploitation using multiSystEmic Therapy (RESET)

The RESET Study

REducing the risk of criminal exploitation using multiSystEmic Therapy


Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is an intensive family-based intervention designed to support young people with antisocial behaviours. MST-E is an augmented version of MST, adapted specifically for the families of children and young people aged 10 to 15 years of age who are at risk of criminal exploitation.

The aim of this study is to understand whether it is feasible to complete a pilot trial of Multi-Systematic Therapy-Exploitation (MST-E) within existing Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) services in England.

We will be asking people to take part in this study through existing MST services, based in Birmingham, Sandwell, Nottingham, and Kirklees. This will be in three stages:


Study contacts

RESET Study Manager

Dr Nikita Hayden

CEDAR University of Warwick

Nikita.Hayden@warwick.ac.uk

RESET Study Chief Investigator

Professor Peter Langdon

CEDAR, University of Warwick

Peter.Langdon@warwick.ac.uk


Newsletter and further information

To keep updated with the study, you can sign up for the study newsletter by emailing Nikita.Hayden@warwick.ac.uk.

You can also view study details on the ISRCTN registry where regular study updates will be published.


Participant information sheets

Participant information sheets for the pre-pilot focus groups  

 

Participant information sheets for the pilot study:

Young person version (aged 14 and over)  

Young person version (aged 13 and under)

Parent full version

Parent summary version

 

Participant information sheets for the post-pilot interviews

Young person version (aged 14 and over)

Young person version (aged 13 and under)

Parent version

MST-E clinician version