Preschoolers, Parents, and Teachers (PPT): A Preventive Intervention with an At Risk Population

@article{Draper2009PreschoolersPA,
  title={Preschoolers, Parents, and Teachers (PPT): A Preventive Intervention with an At Risk Population},
  author={K. Draper and C. Siegel and J. White and Caroline M. Solis and F. Mishna},
  journal={International Journal of Group Psychotherapy},
  year={2009},
  volume={59},
  pages={221 - 242}
}
  • K. Draper, C. Siegel, +2 authors F. Mishna
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
  • Abstract The importance of early intervention with children who are at risk for mental health problems is widely recognized. Relationships with significant adults (parents, other caregivers, and teachers) are critically important in young children’s lives and can make a tremendous difference in the trajectory of a child’s future. This study utilized a waiting-control group design to examine the effects on student behavior and parent stress of play-based interventions designed to improve the… CONTINUE READING
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