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We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "PriCARE Child Behavior Problem" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of the enhanced PriCARE intervention in improving parenting capacity, decreasing child behavior problems, and reducing risk of child maltreatment at 4 primary care clinics in Philadelphia and 2 primary care clinics in North Carolina.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate early implementation outcomes of a positive parenting program, Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE), in the foster care setting and to assess the efficacy of PriCARE in promoting positive parenting and increasing empathy among foster caregivers.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of PriCARE in decreasing child behavior problems and improving parenting capacity and skills at 2 primary care clinics in Philadelphia.
This study aims to better understand how to best help parents of young children with problem behavior. Problem behaviors vary between and within children, but can include inattention/hyperactivity, tantrums, and/or noncompliance.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether a handheld mirror helps to reduce child behavior problems during dental treatment. It will be tested by randomized crossover design. Child participants will receive dental treatment under two conditions: during one of the treatment days the child will be given a handheld mirror; another treatment will be done without the child having the mirror. Each condition will be assign on separate days, and the day, which the child has the...
The purpose to the current study was to examine the comparative efficacy of a more condensed intensive version of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (I-PCIT; 5 days/week over the course of 2 weeks) versus a more traditional weekly PCIT format (1 day/week over the course of 10 weeks) in treating early childhood externalizing behavior problems (EBP).
A significant minority of children (ages 5-12) display problematic sexual behavior and the persistence of this behavior is oftentimes as stable as other child behavior problems, such as aggression and defiance. Unfortunately, the only tested intervention protocols for these concerns utilize a group treatment modality that is not feasible in most community treatment settings. This project will define and pilot test an intervention for child sexual behavior problems that is appli...
To assess child behavior and caries experience in relation to parenting style during first dental visit.
The main objectives of this study are to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and effects of a CPS parent group on outcomes for a sample of parents of children ages 3 to 5 compared to outcomes after attending a parenting group that promotes behavioral (operant) parenting. We hypothesize that guardians in the CPS group will report a better understanding of how neurocognitive skills relate to children's behaviors, greater improvements in child functioning and behavior, and gr...
This pilot study aims to implement and evaluate Teacher-Child Interaction Training - Universal (TCIT-U), an empirically-supported classroom-based intervention aimed at improving child behavior and social-emotional skills through strengthening teacher-child relationships at a preschool that serves children from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds who are at risk for behavioral health difficulties. The main objectives are to (a) examine TCIT-U's effects on teacher...
The purpose of this study is to learn if using the World Wide Web to train teens and their families in problem-solving, communication skills, and stress management strategies can help them to cope better following traumatic brain injury (TBI). To answer this question, we will look at changes from before the intervention to after the intervention on questionnaire measures of problem-solving skills, communication, social competence, adjustment, and family stress and burden. We hy...
The purpose of this research study is to learn whether or not a brief parenting program called Child Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) offered at a primary care office can help improve behavior problems in children who are 2-6 years old.
The goal of this study is to determine if there is a correlation between an efficacious family environment and sibling behavior in families with children who are critically ill.
The objective of this research study is to examine the implementation of and outcomes associated with an evidence-based practice (EBP), specifically Multiple Family Group (MFG) targeting youth disruptive behavior challenges and success, through a scale up intervention study in Uganda, and two pilot studies that will be conducted in Kenya and Ghana
The primary objective of this research is to evaluate the escalating sequence of behavior that culminates in severe problem behavior (SPB, such as aggression, self-injury, and disruption). To do so, we will investigate the precursors of SPB, which are defined as behaviors that are not as severe or dangerous as SPB, but that reliably precede the occurrence of SPB. Identifying and knowing about these precursors has the potential to complement existing behavioral treatments, makin...
In this study, effectiveness of a group parenting intervention was assessed in a community setting, for its impact on child behaviour problems and parental mental health.
This trial addresses a serious and all-too-frequent public health problem, namely early-onset disruptive behavior problems in young children. The focus is on testing an online treatment program which empowers parents to help their children to improve their mental health and behavioral functioning. At the conclusion of the study, the investigators will know whether the online-delivered program works as well as an established staff-delivered program, with respect to child disrupt...
This study will determine the efficacy of a parent-involved intervention in preventing problem behavior in middle school girls who are currently in foster care.
The method "Collaborative and Proactive Solutions" (CPS) was developed by Dr. Ross Greene, Harvard University, and provides a more compassionate and accurate way to understand and help kids with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. The underlying theory is that challenging behavior is caused by lagging cognitive skills, commonly in the domains of flexibility/adaptability, frustration tolerance, and problem‐solving. Thus, challenging behavior can be seen as a form of ...
Child maltreatment, particularly neglect, disproportionally affects low-income children with special health care needs (CSHCN) and has serious short and long-term consequences. Currently, few replicable, evidence-based preventive services exist for such families, particularly within the context of the patient-centered medical home. Child Abuse Prevention Problem Solving (CAPPS), a targeted problem solving intervention that addresses key risk and protective factors for child neg...
This study will examine the neural mechanisms underlying both spontaneous behavior change and behavior change in response to a brief intervention among problem drinkers.
Data was collected from Parents of children who were receiving occupational therapy services. Three assessment tools were used: 1. Life Participation for Parents, 2. Infant Toddler Sensory Profile, and 3) Child Behavior Checklist. Data was used to pursue 2 investigations. 1. Is the Life Participation for Parents responsive to change after intervention? 2. Are there correlations between child behavior, child sensory processing, and parental participation in thei...
The Advancing Child Competencies by Extending Supported Services (ACCESS) for Families Program is a study funded by the National Institutes of Health to explore behavior and developmental problems among young children aging out of Early Steps (Part C). All families will participate in five evaluations in their home to learn more about their child's behavior and development. Families also may receive treatment designed to help change their child's behaviors that will be conducte...
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether a type of parent-based intervention, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy will lower symptoms of behavior problems in young children more than treatment as usual.
Problem behaviors such as drug use, violence, and school misconduct increase during adolescence. This study evaluated a program designed to prevent problem behaviors in middle school students; the program includes classroom instruction for students and home instruction for parents.