JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND ASPECTS OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS: A CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF NORTHERN MACEDONIA
Child delinquency is treated as a period of initial years of age when the child begins with the possibility of some responsibility before the law, which also process within the legislation for minors. In most countries this age ranges in the above limit, most commonly the lower limit for children delinquency is treated from age 10 to age 14. Furthermore, in the above age limit, the minor starts with rigorous accountability to the law.
The term psychosocial interventions usually involve different procedures in individual and group psychotherapy, counselling, learning social skills, sociotherapy and crisis intervention, basic sign of psychosocial interventions management services and planned application of techniques derived from psychological principles that conduct qualified persons in order to change the basic features such as feelings, values, attitudes and behaviour that is deemed inconvenient.
The purpose of this paper is to give a clear view of the use of psychosocial interventions in the field of children's delinquency that is, it is corroborated by theoretical and practical basis. In order to obtain relevant viability
of the presented theoretical aspects is accompanied by the experience of the Republic of North Macedonia, more precisely in the frame of the legal framework and practical experiences.