Use and feasibility of telemedicine technology in the dissemination of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.

@article{Funderburk2008UseAF,
  title={Use and feasibility of telemedicine technology in the dissemination of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.},
  author={Beverly W Funderburk and Lisa M. Ware and Elizabeth Altshuler and Mark Chaffin},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          377-82
        }
}
This brief report discusses the use and feasibility of telemedicine technology in the dissemination of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). PCIT is an empirically supported behavioral parent training program for reducing disruptive behavior in young children and for reducing future rates of child physical abuse. The positive impact PCIT has demonstrated in reducing child maltreatment has galvanized interest in widespread dissemination of the PCIT model into child service systems. PCIT has… CONTINUE READING

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