An Introduction to Parent Child Interaction Therapy
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.
John Paul Abner, Ph.D., ABPP, is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Occupational Therapy at Milligan College, a PCIT Master Trainer for PCIT International, and a licensed psychologist in the state of Tennessee.
Daniel Bagner, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Florida International University and is a PCIT Master Trainer for PCIT International.
Rhea Chase, Ph.D., is a clinical associate faculty member at Duke University and is a PCIT Master Trainer for PCIT International.
Melanie Fernandez, Ph.D., ABPP, is the Director of the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Program at the Child Mind Institute in New York and is a PCIT Master Trainer for PCIT International.
Melanie Nelson, Ph.D., is a faculty member at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Medicine and is a PCIT Master Trainer for PCIT International.