Study Supports Behavioral Therapy
“The way it works in parent training is you typically have a training session once a week,” Pelham said during the webcast. “A technique is introduced and talked about and then parents are given a homework assignment, go home and try it and see if it works for their child. They come back the next week, see if it worked and problem solve (if it didn’t work). Parent training isn’t a short-term fix. It’s changing the way you parent and then continuing that for a long period of time.”
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