John Lochman, Ph.D., University of Alabama
Dr. Lochman describes the research supporting his group-based program for children with aggression problems. He and Dr. Boxmeyer give a session by session review of how to conduct each session. They also demonstrate techniques for Coping Power using case examples, videos, and role-plays. Lastly, he describes how to implement the parent component of Coping Power.
Hill Walker, Ph.D., ABPP., University of Oregon
Annemieke Golly, Ph.D., University of Oregon
John Paul Abner, Ph.D., ABPP., Milligan College
Daniel Bagner, Ph.D., Florida International University
Rhea Chase, Ph.D., Duke Unversity
Melanie Fernandez, Ph.D., ABPP., Child Mind Institute
Melanie Nelson, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
In this workshop, the PCIT master trainers describe parent-child interaction therapy, a type of therapy that helps to improve the parent-child relationship and increase healthy patterns of interactions between parents and children. The trainers describe how to determine if a parent and child are good candidates for PCIT. In addition, through case examples, role-plays and discussion the trainers demonstrate the key components of PCIT.
8 CE Credits
J. Mark Eddy, Ph.D., ABPP., University of Washington
3 CE Credits
Jessica Robb, Ph.D., Florida International University
Charles E. Cunningham, Ph. D., McMaster University
In this overview, Dr. Charles Cunningham provides a description of the components common to evidence-based parenting programs. In addition, he provides an overview of the research examining the efficacy of behavioral parent training. Lastly, Dr. Cunningham discusses promising directions for the future of parenting programs.
1 CE Credit