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Parental use of physical punishment/harsh and/or erratic discipline practices

Program Goals/Program TheoryCommon Sense Parenting© (CSP) is a group-based parent-training class designed for parents of youths aged 6–16 who exhibit significant behavior and emotional problems. The objective of the program is to teach positive parenting techniques and behavior management strategies to help increase positive behavior, decrease negative behavior, and model ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe Positive Family Support (PFS) program, formerly known as Adolescent Transitions Program (ATP), is a multilevel, family-centered intervention targeting children at risk for problem behaviors or substance use and their families. Designed to address family dynamics related to the risk of adolescent problem behavior, the program is delivered ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationFamily Foundations is a psycho-educational, skills-based program for first-time expectant parents. The universal prevention program is delivered through childbirth education departments at local hospitals. It is designed to reduce later child problems such as aggressive and antisocial behavior by enhancing the coparenting relationship among cohabiting and married couples ...
Program Goal/Target Population First Step to Success is an early intervention program designed to identify children with antisocial behavior and introduce adaptive behavioral strategies to prevent antisocial behavior in school. The program has both school and home components. The primary goal of the program is to divert antisocial kindergartners from an ...
Program Goals HOMEBUILDERS is an in-home, intensive family preservation service (IFPS) and reunification program for families with children (newborn to 17 years old) returning from or at risk of placement into foster care, group or residential treatment, psychiatric hospitals, or juvenile justice facilities. The HOMEBUILDERS model is designed to eliminate barriers ...
Program GoalsLinking the Interests of Families and Teachers (LIFT) is a preventive intervention designed to address two factors that put children at risk for subsequent antisocial behavior and delinquency: 1) aggressive and other at-risk social behaviors with teachers and peers at school and 2) certain parenting practices, including inconsistent discipline and lax supervision. Target ...
Program Goals and Target Population Parent–Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) was originally developed to help parents reduce children’s disruptive behaviors (e.g., oppositional and defiant behaviors). PCIT has been adapted for and recently evaluated with families in which there is known physical violence. PCIT targets changing parenting practices and parent–child interactions to help ...
Program Goals/Program Theory Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is a comprehensive parent-training program with the purpose of reducing child maltreatment and children’s behavioral problems. It is built upon a public health approach and as such was designed to treat large populations. The five core principles taught to parents are: Ensure a ...
Program GoalsFunctional Family Therapy (FFT) is a family-based prevention and intervention program for high-risk youth that addresses complex and multidimensional problems through clinical practice that is flexibly structured and culturally sensitive. The FFT clinical model concentrates on decreasing risk factors and on increasing protective factors that directly affect adolescents, with ...
Program Goals Family Matters is a family-directed program that aims to reduce tobacco and alcohol use among 12- to 14-year-olds.   Target Population The target population is 12- to 14-year-olds. Program ComponentsThe intervention is delivered through four booklets mailed to the home and through follow-up telephone calls by health educators. The booklets contain lessons and ...
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