Behavioral Family Interventions for Improving Child - rearing : A Review of the Literature for Clinicians and Policy Makers

  • Taylor T
  • Biglan A
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See, stats, and : https : / / www . researchgate . net / publication / 12012273 Behavioral Child - Rearing : A Clinicians . . . Article DOI : 10 . 1023 / A : 1021848315541 : PubMed CITATIONS 351 READS 2 , 024 2 : Ted Oregon 20 , 485 SEE Anthony Oregon 184 , 286 SEE All . The . This paper reviews evidence that behavioral family interventions are effective at improving child - rearing in distressed families and families with children exhibiting disruptive behavior . Essential therapeutic strategies offered within a collaborative therapeutic process are iden - tified . Exemplary materials for parents and clinicians are identified . Differences between behavioral family interventions and two popular press parenting approaches are highlighted , including the lack of empirical support for these widely used programs and the advice they offer which runs counter to behavioral approaches . Recommendations are offered for com - bining behavioral family interventions with other empirically supported approaches , promot - ing more widespread use of empirically supported treatments , such as behavioral family interventions , and the need for a public health perspective on family functioning , involving collaboration among clinicians , policy makers , and researchers .

Author-supplied keywords

  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Behavioral
  • child abuse
  • children
  • conduct disorder
  • conduct problems
  • family
  • family interventions
  • literature review
  • parent training
  • social learning
  • treatment

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  • Ted K Taylor

  • Anthony Biglan

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