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PCIT International, Research Articles Research PCIT: (Barnett) Therapist Experiences and Attitudes About Implementing Internet-Delivered Parent-Child Interaction Therapy During COVID-19 is a Course

Research PCIT: (Barnett) Therapist Experiences and Attitudes About Implementing Internet-Delivered Parent-Child Interaction Therapy During COVID-19

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Internet-delivered PCIT (iPCIT) is a strong model for remote service delivery during social distancing restrictions due to its empirical base; however, this treatment modality was not widely implemented before COVID-19. This mixed methods study conducted a follow-up survey to gather therapist experiences in delivering iPCIT during COVID-19, including qualitative data on the benefits and challenges to delivering iPCIT. Reported benefits of iPCIT included decreased barriers to access and the ability to practice skills within the naturalistic home environment. Challenges to iPCIT were primarily issues with technology as well as other logistical barriers, which could limit engagement for some families. Findings from this study may be beneficial in improving future implementation of iPCIT during and post-COVID-19.

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