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Research PCIT: (Graziano) Feasibility of Intensive Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (I-PCIT) - Results from an Open Trial is a Course

Research PCIT: (Graziano) Feasibility of Intensive Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (I-PCIT) - Results from an Open Trial

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The current pilot study examined the feasibility, acceptability, and initial outcome of an intensive and more condensed version of PCIT (i.e., 90-minute sessions for 5 days per week over the course of 2 weeks). Results across both mother reports and observations showed that treatment was effective in reducing externalizing behavior problems, improving parenting skills, and decreasing parenting stress and that treatment gains were maintained at follow-up. Overall,
preliminary data suggest that a brief and intensive format of a parent-training intervention is a feasible and effective treatment for young children with externalizing behavior problems with clinical implications for improving children's behavioral impairment in a very brief period of time. 

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