This workshop describes Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), an intervention that has documented effectiveness for helping parents manage aggression and defiance in young children (2 to 7 years)
By the end of the presentation, the participant will be able to:
- Explain how to correct coaching mistakes
- Discuss how to increase proficiency in coding, assessment, inter-rater goal setting using PCIT components
- Identify targeting problem behaviors with positive opposites.
- Describe key principles before they begin clients or return to clients.
- Describe the purpose of using process improvement cycles to tackle challenges in a simple, systematic way.
- Describe PDI mastery criteria.
- Discuss PDI Teach and the integrity checklist in the protocol
- Discuss PDI Teach prior to conducting a Teach with a parent.
- Demonstrate giving effective commands
- Demonstrate how to use the time out sequence verbatim with accuracy.
- Identify the key elements of a small test of change
- Outline as PDSA team members, at least two PLAN-DO-STUDY-ACTs to tackle barriers that are reflected in the metrics reports and team dashboards
Clinicians who participated in a previous 3-day PCIT training
Must attend both days in entirety and complete evaluation form at the end of the session.