Predictors of Participation in Parenting Workshops for Improving Adolescent Behavioral and Mental Health: Results From the Common Sense Parenting Trial

@article{Fleming2015PredictorsOP,
  title={Predictors of Participation in Parenting Workshops for Improving Adolescent Behavioral and Mental Health: Results From the Common Sense Parenting Trial},
  author={Charles B. Fleming and W Alex Mason and Kevin P. Haggerty and Ronald W. Thompson and Kate M. Fernandez and Mary Casey-Goldstein and Robert G. Oats},
  journal={The Journal of Primary Prevention},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={105-118}
}
Engaging and retaining participants are crucial to achieving adequate implementation of parenting interventions designed to prevent problem behaviors among children and adolescents. This study examined predictors of engagement and retention in a group-based family intervention across two versions of the program: a standard version requiring only parent attendance for six sessions and an adapted version with two additional sessions that required attendance by the son or daughter. Families… CONTINUE READING
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