Results 2017-2018

Two-year follow-up study from the clinical discharge of Amalgama7 residencial therapeutic and educative school

Type of discharge

Type of discharge

Regarding drug use

• At entry

Drug consumption

• 2 years from discharge

  1. He has never relapsed since leaving the therapeutic school.
  2. He has had relapses but is abstinent today.
  3. Again in treatment.
  4. Current situation of relapse to consumption.
  5. Prison / Exitus.
  6. Lack of reliable information.

The variables 1, 2 and 3  (He has never relapsed since leaving the therapeutic school / He has had relapses but is abstinent today / Again in treatment) are grouped in the category favorable situation. Variables 5 and 6 (Current situation of relapse to consumption / Prison or exitus) are grouped in the category non-favorable situation.

Then:

• 2 years from discharge

Situation after 2 years

Regarding psychopatologic diagnosis

• At entry

Psychopatological diagnosis

• 2 years from discharge

Situation 2 years after

Regarding child to parent violence

• At entry

• 2 years from discharge

  1. No verbal assaults (insults)
  2. No verbal assaults (insults) or very rarely.
  3. Verbal assaults (insults) sometimes.
  4. Frequent verbal assaults (insults) without physical aggression.
  5. Verbal assaults (insults) often involve physical aggression on some occasions. Very frequent verbal assaults (insults) with physical aggressions.
  6. Lack of reliable information

Relevant variables

The relevant variables (statistical significance) to being in a favorable or unfavorable situation are:

  1. The type of discharge.
  2. Whether or not to achieve the therapeutic goals anticipated during admission.
  3. The family evolution.
  4. The existence of a post-secondary reinsertion plan that foresees:
    • Type of coexistence
    • School and/or work activity
    • Drug abstinence Plan, if necessary
    • Outpatient psychotherapeutic follow-up and, if necessary, pharmacological