Parent Child InteractionTherapy

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Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

An evidence-based treatment program for children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Treatment continues until the caregiver has demonstrated specific skills and the child's behavior has improved to within normal standards. PCIT is done through a coaching session where the caregiver and child are observed by a therapist. The therapist is able to provide in-the-moment assistance to the caregiver to help them learn new skills to manage the child's behavior.

Ages 2 to 6

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Mihali Gunasekara, Danielle Stolk

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