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Good relationships with parents/bonding or attachment to family

Program Goals/Target Population Familias Unidas works to promote positive parenting, involvement, and support. The program aims to increase parental involvement with their child’s peers and school and to improve family bonding and cohesion. It also focuses on building supportive relationships amongst Hispanic immigrant parents, to integrate them into the greater community and reduce feelings ...
Program Goals Fast Track is a comprehensive, long-term prevention program that aims to prevent chronic and severe conduct problems in high-risk children. It is based on the view that antisocial behavior stems from the interaction of multiple influences such as school, home, and the individual. The main goals of the program ...
Program Goals Child–Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) is a dyadic, relationship-based treatment for parents and young children, which aims to help restore normal developmental functioning in the wake of domestic violence and trauma. CPP concentrates on restoring the attachment relationships that are negatively affected by violence, establishing a sense of safety and trust ...
Program Goals Infant–Parent Psychotherapy (IPP) is a dyadic, relationship-based treatment for parents and infants that is designed to improve the parent–child relationship in the wake of incidences of domestic violence and trauma, including maltreatment and neglect of the child. To prevent compromised development that can lead to later maladaptation and psychopathology, ...
Program GoalsDrug Abuse Resistance Education + Play and Learn Under Supervision (DARE + PLUS) is an enhanced curriculum for middle and late elementary school students. Its primary goal is the same as the well-known DARE program: preventing teen drug use by applying the same principles taught in DARE, but updated ...
Program Goals Alternatives for Families: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF–CBT; formally Abuse-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is a comprehensive approach to dealing with the effects of child physical abuse, exposure to related abuse, child or family aggression, and hostile family environments by reducing risk factors for future abuse while also helping the affected ...
Program Goals CARE (Care, Assess, Respond, Empower), also called Counselors CARE (C–CARE), is a school-based, brief assessment and crisis intervention for youth at risk for suicide. The CARE protocol is designed to empower youths and engage social support by connecting youths at risk of suicide to a caring person from their ...
Program GoalsThe Örebro Prevention Program’s (OPP’s) goal is to increase and maintain parents’ restrictive and prohibitory attitudes toward underage drinking starting when their children are in their teens. This is accomplished through structured presentations at the parent meetings at their child’s school.   Target Population/Eligibility OPP targets all parents of youths ages ...
Program Goals Parenting with Love and Limits® (PLL) is designed for adolescent populations with the primary diagnosis of oppositional defiant or conduct disorder. PLL integrates group and family therapy into one system of care. Parents and teens learn specific skills in group therapy and then meet in individual family therapy to ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe Preventive Treatment Program (also known as the Montreal Longitudinal Study and as the Montreal Prevention Experiment) was a prevention program aimed at disruptive kindergarten boys and their parents, with the goal of reducing short- and long-term antisocial behavior. This program targeted white, Canadian-born, 7- to 9-year-old boys, ...
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