IMPACT OF TWO-SESSION MODEL OF CHILD PARENT RELATIONSHIP TRAINING ON PARENTS OF CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of a Two-session Child Parent Relationship Training on parental perception of children's problem behaviors; parental acceptance of child; parental stress; and parental attitudes, knowledge and skills about child-centered play therapy. All of the parents of children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in grades one to five in a small southern county were eligible for the study. Sixty parents were randomly assigned to the experimental and control groups. A two-way ANOVA with one between subjects and one within subjects effects was used to examine differences between the experimental and control groups on the VADPRS pre-test and post-test, and independent t-tests were used to compare the experimental and control groups for each of the dependent variables. The statistical analyses found no differences between the experimental and control groups with regard to parental perception of child problems, parental acceptance of child and parental attitudes about child-centered play therapy. There were differences with regard to parental stress and parental knowledge, such that parents in the experimental group reported lower levels of stress and more play therapy knowledge than the parents in the control group. These findings are promising in terms of both helping parents of children with ADHD and exploring alternative models of CPRT that could be more widely used.
ADHDCHILD PARENT RELATIONSHIP TRAININGFILIAL THERAPYPARENTAL STRESSPLAY THERAPYPTAKSS
Furr, SusanCeballos, PeggyFlowers, ClaudiaKilmer, Ryan
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2014.
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