Coaching parents to change: the impact of in vivo feedback on parents' acquisition of skills.

  title={Coaching parents to change: the impact of in vivo feedback on parents' acquisition of skills.},
  author={Jenelle R Shanley and Larissa N Niec},
  journal={Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53},
  volume={39 2},
Behavioral parent training (BPT) includes a variety of evidence-based treatments with diverse techniques to alter parent behavior. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is an innovative BPT with its use of in vivo feedback (i.e., "coaching") during parent-child interactions. An experimental design was used to assess whether coaching without elaborate didactic improves parenting. Sixty mothers with children 2 to 7 years old were recruited from the community and randomly assigned to a coaching or no… CONTINUE READING

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