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Personalized Individual Parent Training (PIPT) Parenting Intervention

Volume 1 - Issue 4

Begum Engur*

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2017.01.000122

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    • King’s College London, Istanbul Bilgi University, UK

    *Corresponding author: Begum Engur, Istanbul Bilgi University, King’s College London, MSc Child Adolescent Mental Health, London, UK

Received: June 05, 2017   Published: June 08, 2017

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Parent training is the treatment of choice for children with oppositional problems and known to be very effective for reducing behavioural problems. It also increases sensitive responding the primary mechanism for increasing secure attachments and improving child-carer relations. Individual-based parent-training/education programmes are recommended in the management of children with conduct disorders only in situations where there are particular difficulties in engaging with the parents or a family’s needs are too complex to be met by group-based parent-training/education programme [1-4].

Keywords: Parenting; Intervention; Parent-child relationship; Behavioral disorders; Child mental health

Introduction | How PIPT is delivered? What are the stages? | PIPT- Part One (Child’s Game) | PIPT- Part Two (Parent’s Game) | Conclusion & Brief Case Studies | References |