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Parent-child interaction therapy

Author: Cheryl Bodiford McNeil; Toni L Hembree-Kigin; Karla Anhalt
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2010.
Series: Issues in clinical child psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is used across the country and is rapidly gaining popularity elsewhere. This expanded book brings readers up to date on new practice developments, current  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cheryl Bodiford McNeil; Toni L Hembree-Kigin; Karla Anhalt
ISBN: 9780387886381 0387886389 9781441995759 1441995757 9780387886398 0387886397
OCLC Number: 369136463
Notes: Revised edition of: Parent-child interaction therapy / Toni L. Hembree-Kigin, Cheryl Bodiford McNeil.
Description: xvii, 483 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Fundamentals of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy --
1. Overview of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy --
What Is PCIT? --
Typical Course of Treatment --
Theoretical and Historical Underpinnings --
Key Features of PCIT --
Using the Second Edition --
References --
2. Research on PCIT / Stephanie Wagner --
Early PCIT Research --
Recent Research Initiatives --
Suggestions for Future Research --
References --
3. Intake Assessment and Therapy Orientation Session --
Who Should Attend the Intake Session? --
Flexible Battery Approach --
Semi-structured Intake Interview --
Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) --
Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory --
Revised (SESBI-R) --
Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System --
III (DPICS-III) --
Joining with and Motivating Parents --
Sharing Test Results with Parents --
Explaining "Specialized Parenting" --
Introducing PCIT to Parents and Children --
Expectations for Attendance --
Reducing Barriers to Treatment --
Explaining the First Homework Assignment --
Summary --
References --
4. Teaching Child-Directed Interaction --
Overview of Teaching Session --
Review Homework --
Presenting the Goals of Child-Directed Interaction --
Explaining the Five Minutes of Homework Each Day --
"Selling" CDI to Skeptical Parents --
Explaining the Overriding Rule of Letting the Child Lead --
Teaching the "Avoid" Skills of Child-Directed Interaction --
Teaching the "Do" Skills of Child-Directed Interaction --
Using Strategic Attention --
Using Selective Ignoring --
Handling Disruptive Behaviors That Cannot Be Ignored --
Modeling Skills in Combination --
Role-Plays of Child-Directed Interaction --
Appropriate Toys for Child-Directed Interaction --
Dealing with One-Parent and Two-Parent Families --
Incorporating Siblings --
Adjusting CDI to the Child's Developmental Level --
Problem-Solving with Parents on Logistical Issues --
Assigning Child-Directed Interaction Homework --
References --
5. Coaching Child-Directed Interaction --
Overview of a Typical Coaching Session --
Setting Up for the Coaching Session --
Check-In and Homework Review --
Parental Non-compliance with CDI Homework --
Observing and Recording Child-Directed Interaction Skills --
Coaching the "Do" and "Avoid" Skills: Tips for Therapists --
End of Session Debriefing and Homework Assignment --
Progression of CDI Coaching Sessions --
What if a Caregiver Does Not Reach CDI Mastery? --
References --
6. Teaching Parent-Directed Interaction --
Rationale for Why Young Children Should Comply with Parental Commands --
Structuring the PDI Teaching Session --
Importance of Consistency, Predictability, and Follow Through --
Importance of Memorizing PDI Diagrams (e.g., Using Exact Words) --
Rationale for Use of "Compliance Exercises" --
Giving Effective Instructions --
Practicing How to Give Effective Instructions --
Determining Compliance --
Praising Compliance --
Rationale for Disciplining Children with Time-Out in a Chair --
Time-Out Warning --
Logistical Issues Associated with Time-Out --
Getting the Child to Time-Out --
What If the Child Agrees to Comply on the Way to Time-Out? --
What if the Child Takes a Toy to Time-Out? --
What if the Child Puts Himself in Time-Out? --
Length of Time-Out --
Common Misbehaviors in Time-Out that Should Be Ignored --
Time-Out Does Not End Until the Original Instruction Is Obeyed --
Use of a Second Instruction to Over-Teach Compliance --
Use of Play Therapy to Decrease the Child's Anger Level --
Three Time-Out Behaviors That Cannot Be Ignored --
Using the Time-Out Room as the Back-Up for Time-Out Chair Behaviors that Cannot Be Ignored --
Role-Playing and Wrap-Up --
References --
7. Coaching Parent-Directed Interaction --
Overview of a Typical PDI Coaching Session --
Preparing for PDI Coaching Sessions --
Check-In and Homework Review --
Observing and Recording Parent-Directed Interaction Skills --
Criteria for Mastery of Parent-Directed Interaction Skills --
General Guidelines for Coaching PDI --
Debriefing Parents Following the Session --
Homework --
References --
8. Progressing Through the Parent-Directed Interaction Sessions --
First PDI Coaching Session --
Second PDI Coaching Session --
Third PDI Coaching Session --
Fourth PDI Coaching Session --
Fifth PDI Coaching Session --
Sixth PDI Coaching Session --
Seventh PDI Coaching Session and Beyond --
Graduation Session --
Conclusion --
Reference --
pt. II Adaptations of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy --
9. Younger Children --
"Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young American Children" --
Using Child-Directed Interaction with Infants --
Adapting Child-Directed Interaction and Parent-Directed Interaction for Toddlers --
Case Illustration --
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Prevention --
References --
10. Older Children --
Developmental Issues --
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Adaptations for Older Children --
Concerns Raised by the SAMHSA Study Regarding PCIT with Older Children --
Adapting CDI to Older Children --
Adapting PDI to Older Children --
Command Training (CT) Module --
Time-out with Incentive Chart (TIC) Module --
Time-Out with Suspension of Privilege (TSP) Module --
Alternatives to the TSP Module for Children Who Are Extremely Aggressive and Defiant --
Conclusion --
References --
11. Siblings --
Including Siblings with Disruptive Behavior Problems --
Including Siblings Without Behavior Problems --
Coaching Older Siblings as Babysitters --
Direct Coaching of Children to Decrease Sibling Conflict --
Direct Coaching of Children to Improve Social Skills (e.g., Asperger's) --
Using the Cooperation Game --
Conclusion --
12. Autism Spectrum Disorders / Joshua Masse --
Theoretical Similarities of PCIT and Empirically Supported Treatments for ASD --
Child-Directed Interaction --
Working with Stereotyped, Repetitive Behavior During CDI --
Parent-Directed Interaction --
Time-Out Concerns --
Clinical Limitations --
Adapting PCIT: Communication and Social Skills Component --
Case Study --
Conclusion --
References --
13. Child Physical Abuse / D. Herschell --
Understanding the Population --
Typical Referral Concerns --
Adaptations and the Unique Treatment Needs of Families with a History of CPA --
General Therapeutic Issues --
Assessment --
Treatment --
Incorporating Additional Coaching Targets --
Tailoring and Adaptations Specific to PDI --
Case Illustration --
Conclusion --
References --
14. Anxiety Disorders --
Separation Anxiety Disorder --
CARD Protocol for Adapting PCIT for Treatment of SAD --
Treatment Outcome Research --
Generalized Anxiety --
Enhancing PCIT for Young Children with Generalized Anxiety --
Case of Alexander H --
References --
15. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder --
Conducting PCIT with Children Diagnosed with ADHD --
References --
16. Extremely Aggressive and Explosive Children --
Case of Mario --
CDI Pitfalls with Explosive Children --
CDI Adaptations for Explosive Children --
PDI Adaptations --
Conclusion --
Reference --
17. Marital Conflict / Matthew E. Goldfine --
Encouraging Both Parents to Attend Treatment --
Assessment Techniques --
Integrating Marital Therapy Within PCIT --
Termination of Treatment --
References --
18. Parents with Major Life Stressors / Kimberly P. Foley --
Strategies for Working with Multi-stressed Families in PCIT --
Divorce --
Substance Abuse --
Intimate Partner Violence --
Low-Income Families --
Parting Words --
References --
19. Ethnic Minority Children and Families / Joaquin Borrego --
Parent Training, PCIT, and Application to Ethnic Minorities --
PCIT with Hispanics --
PCIT with Native Americans --
PCIT with African-Americans --
Examining Social Validity --
Conclusion and Final Recommendations for Therapists --
References --
20. Staff-Child Interaction Therapy / Gus Diamond --
Baseline --
SCIT Video on Child-Directed Play --
Didactic Child-Directed Interaction Session with Trainer --
Coding and Coaching of Child-Directed Interaction --
SCIT Video on Staff-Directed Interaction --
Didactic Staff-Directed Interaction Session with Trainer --
Coding and Coaching of Staff-Directed Interaction --
Coaching Sessions on the Milieu (Two-Way Radio with Earpiece for Staff) --
Post-intervention Findings --
Conclusion --
References --
21. Teacher-Child Interaction Therapy for Preschool Classrooms / Jennifer Tiano --
Research Underpinnings --
Establishing Rapport with the Teacher --
Format of Training --
Coaching TCIT --
Child-Directed Interaction in TCIT --
TCIT Mastery Criteria --
Teacher-Directed Interaction Phase --
Follow-Up Consultation --
References --
22. School Consultation --
Assessment --
Establishing Rapport and Credibility with the Teacher --
Conclusion --
References --
23. Home-Based PCIT: From the Lab to the Living Room / Joshua Masse --
Clinical Advantages --
Clinical "Tips" --
Concluding Remarks --
References --
24. PCIT Around the World / Yi-Chuen Chen --
Adapting PCIT for New Countries --
International Issues with PCIT --
Conclusion --
References --
25. Training Issues --
PCIT National Advisory Board --
Minimum Professional Qualifications to Conduct PCIT --
Becoming a PCIT Therapist: Minimum Training Requirements --
Becoming a PCIT In-agency Trainer: Minimum Training Requirements --
Becoming a PCIT Master Trainer: Minimum Training Requirements --
Costs of Starting a PCIT Program --
References.
Series Title: Issues in clinical child psychology.
Responsibility: Cheryl Bodiford McNeil, Toni L. Hembree-Kigin ; with contributions by Karla Anhalt [and others].
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