The Power of Positive Parenting

Transforming the Lives of Children, Parents, and Communities Using the Triple P System
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 20. November 2017
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  • 480 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-062907-6 (ISBN)
 
Safe, nurturing, and positive parent-child interactions lay the foundations for healthy child development. How children are raised in their early years and beyond affects many different aspects of their lives, including brain development, language, social skills, emotional regulation, mental and physical health, health risk behavior, and the capacity to cope with a spectrum of major life events. As such, parenting is the most important potentially modifiable target of preventive intervention. The Power of Positive Parenting provides an in-depth description of "Triple P," one of the most extensively studied parenting programs in the world, backed by more than 30 years of ongoing research. Triple P has its origins in social learning theory and the principles of behavior, cognitive, and affective change, and its aim is to prevent severe behavioral, emotional, and developmental problems in children and adolescents by enhancing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents. Triple P incorporates five levels of intervention on a tiered continuum of increasing strength for parents of children from birth to age 16. The programs comprising the Triple P system are designed to create a family-friendly environment that better supports parents, with a range of programs tailored to their differing needs. This volume draws on the editors' experience of developing Triple P, and chapters address every aspect of the system, as well as how it can be applied to a diverse range of child and parent problems in different age groups and cultural contexts.
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  • USA
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978-0-19-062907-6 (9780190629076)
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Matthew R. Sanders, PhD, is a Professor of Clinical Psychology, founder of the Triple P--Positive Parenting Program, and Director of the Parenting and Family Support Centre at the University of Queensland. He is considered a world leader in the development, evaluation, and global dissemination of evidence-based parenting programs. He has conducted a large number of high quality projects on the role of parenting in influencing developmental outcomes in children and adolescents. He has developed or co-developed a range of specific parenting programs. His work has been recognized with a number of international awards. Trevor G. Mazzucchelli, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer of Clinical Psychology at Curtin University's School of Psychology and Speech Pathology and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Parenting and Family Support Centre at The University of Queensland. Over the past 20 years, he has held several clinical positions, conducted research in the area of parenting children with disability, and written many articles on this and related topics for scientific journals and publications. He is a co-author of Stepping Stones Triple P for parents of children with a developmental disability.
Preface Acknowledgments About the Editors Contributors Section 1: Foundations and Overview of the Triple P: Positive Parenting Program as population approach to parenting support 1. A population approach to evidence-based parenting: An introduction Matthew R. Sanders 2. How parenting influences the lives of children Matthew R. Sanders and Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 3. Emergence of a population-based approach to parenting support Matthew R. Sanders and Ron Prinz 4. Core principles and techniques of positive parenting Matthew R. Sanders and Trevor G. Mazzucchelli Section 2. Applications of positive parenting to social, emotional, and health problems 5. Applications of positive parenting: An introduction Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 6. Children with externalizing behavior problems Trevor G. Mazzucchelli and Matthew R. Sanders 7. Children with peer relationship difficulties Karyn L. Healy 8. Children with anxiety problems Vanessa Cobham 9. Parenting support for children with developmental disability Trevor G. Mazzucchelli and Lisa J. Studman 10. Supporting parents of children with serious mental health problems Kylie Burke 11. Children and adolescents with chronic health conditions Alina Morawska 12. A population approach to parenting support for childhood obesity Jessica A. Bartlett and Matthew R Sanders 13. Adolescents and young adults with psychosocial difficulties Alan Ralph Section 3: Applications of positive parenting with different types of families and family members 14. Applying positive parenting with different types of families and family members: An introduction Matthew R. Sanders 15. Working with fathers Louise Keown 16. Working with extended family members including grandparents James N. Kirby 17. Parents with serious mental health problems Rachel Calam and Anja Wittkowski 18. Parents who are separating or divorced Helen M. Stallman and Jeneva L. Ohan Section 4: Using positive parenting programs in different delivery systems 19. Using positive parenting programs in different delivery systems: An introduction Matthew R. Sanders 20. Parenting support in the context of primary health care Karen M. T. Turner and Carol W. Metzler 21. Parenting support in an early childhood learning context Karen M. T. Turner, Cassandra Dittman, Julie C. Rusby, and Shawna Lee 22. Parenting support and the school system Julie Hodges and Karyn L. Healy 23. Parenting support in the workplace Divna Haslam and Nicole Penman 24. Parenting support in the context of natural disaster Vanessa E. Cobham, Brett McDermott, and Matthew R. Sanders 25. Broadcast media-based approaches to positive parenting Carol W. Metzler and Julie C. Rusby 26. Technology-assisted delivery of parenting programs Karen M. T. Turner, Sabine Baker, and Jamin Day Section 5: Responding to the needs of cultural diversity in families 27. Responding to the needs of cultural diversity in families: An introduction Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 28. A collaborative partnership adaptation model Karen M. T. Turner, Matthew R. Sanders, Louise Keown, and Matthew Shepherd 29. Working effectively with Indigenous families Karen M. T. Turner, Lauren M. Hodge, Michell Forster, and Cari D. McIlduff 30. Accommodating race and ethnicity in parenting interventions Divna Haslam and Anilena Mejia 31. The role of values and religious beliefs in positive parenting Aala El-Khani and Rachel Calam Section 6: Making large-scale population-level implementation work 32. Making large-scale population-level implementation work: An introduction Matthew R. Sanders 33. A framework for successful implementation of the Triple P system Jenna McWilliam and Jacqui Brown 34. Training a workforce to implement evidence-based parenting programs Alan Ralph and Cassandra K. Dittman 35. Using social marketing strategies to enhance program reach Leanne Wilkinson 36. Measuring child, parent and family outcomes at an individual and population level Alina Morawska and Matthew R. Sanders 37. Promoting program fidelity through peer-assisted supervision and support Kerri E. McPherson and Birgit Schroeter Section 7: Learnings from large-scale population-level implementation of parenting support 38. Learnings from large-scale population-level implementation of parenting support: An introduction Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 39. Shifting the needle on child maltreatment Ronald J. Prinz and Cheri J. Shapiro 40. Partnerships and scaling up population level interventions Conor Owens, Orla Doyle, Mary Hegarty, Karen Heavey, and Eamonn Farrell 41. Supporting families of children with a disability Kate Sofronoff, Kylie M. Gray, Stewart L. Einfeld, and Bruce J. Tonge Section 8: Program development, quality assurance and innovation 42. Program development, quality assurance and innovation: An introduction Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 43. Quality assurance and program development Matthew R. Sanders and James N. Kirby 44. The current state of evidence-based parenting support programs Matthew R. Sanders 45. Innovation in parenting programs Matthew R. Sanders, Karen M. T. Turner, and Trevor G. Mazzucchelli 46. The future of evidence-based parenting support programs Matthew R. Sanders Glossary Author Index Subject Index

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