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Bartholomew, Norma G and Knight, Danica K and Chatham, Lois R and Simpson, D Dwayne [Institute of Behavioral Research, TCU] . (2000) Partners in parenting. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research. 294 p.

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A US skills-based package to address the needs and concerns of drug-using parents.

The manual has materials for an 8-session structured workshop that allows recovering participants to practice parenting strategies and discuss their experiences with others.

Partners in Parenting focuses on the identified concerns of recovering parents and encourages learning and skill-building in key areas such as parent-child communication, developmental expectancies, guidance and discipline, problem solving, and self-care. The manual contains materials for an 8-session structured workshop that allows participants to practice parenting strategies and discuss their experiences with others. The comprehensive outlines for each session provide lecture notes, discussion questions, exercises and activities, and handouts. The appendix section contains useful reprints of parenting articles and child development information, plus a list of Web sites likely to be of interest to parents and counselors. The manual is being piloted and evaluated at a residential substance abuse program for women and their children


Item Type
Evidence resource
Publication Type
Manual
Drug Type
Alcohol or other drugs in general
Intervention Type
Education and training, Psychosocial treatment method
Date
2000
Pages
294 p.
Publisher
Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research
Place of Publication
Fort Worth
Notes
Based on TCU mapping-enhanced counseling manuals for adaptive treatment; as included in NREPP (SAMHSA - National Register for Evidence-Based Programs and Practices)
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Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)
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