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Parenting Children with Disruptive Behaviours : Evaluation of a Collaborative Problem Solving Pilot Program

@inproceedings{Epstein2010ParentingCW,
  title={Parenting Children with Disruptive Behaviours : Evaluation of a Collaborative Problem Solving Pilot Program},
  author={T. Epstein},
  year={2010}
}
  • T. Epstein
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) teaches parents to empathize with their children’s difficulties and find collaborative ways of solving problems. The aims of this pilot were to develop a CPS group intervention and evaluate its feasibility and preliminary efficacy for parents of children with disruptive behaviours. The parents of 12 children (N= 19) with Tourette syndrome and oppositional defiant disorder participated in a group intervention. Parents completed the Eyberg Child Behavior… CONTINUE READING

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