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Coparenting, Infant Sleep, and Infant Development

This 3-arm RCT tests the effects of a sleep-enhanced adaptation (FF+) of a well-known, evidence-based transition-to-parenting coparenting intervention program (Family Foundations; FF). In one arm, families will experience FF as originally formulated; in the second, families will receive an adapted FF (FF+) program that emphasizes coparenting in infant sleep contexts; the third arm will serve as controls. It is hypothesized that (1) Compared to controls, parents in both FF group...


Investigating the Impact of A Veteran-Focused Parenting Program on Parenting Stress, Competence and Parenting Practices

Veterans or spouses of veterans with a minor child will participate in a five-week parenting program. The goals of the parenting program are to assist in improving parent's sense of competence, improving parent's emotional regulation abilities, and lower parental stress by incorporating mindfulness and values-based parenting principles. The program will utilize evidence-based practices that will be delivered in a manner that incorporates aspects of military culture (i.e., langu...

A Dissemination Trial of the Positive Parenting Program to Reduce Child Maltreatment in South Carolina

This is a population-based evaluation of the effectiveness of the Triple-P-Positive Parenting Program. Triple-P is a system of parenting programs with multiple levels that aims to provide parents with parenting skills and support.


Randomized Controlled Trial of Prenatal Coparenting Intervention (CoparentRCT)

This R01 tests through RCT methodology efficacy of a new intervention designed specifically to aid development of positive coparenting alliances between at-risk (unmarried, uncoupled, low income) African American mothers and fathers having a first baby together.

Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Pediatric Primary Care Parenting Group to Reduce Child Behavior Problems

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.

Study of Parenting Intervention to Prevent Child Obesity

This purpose of this project is to determine whether this 8-month parenting for healthy weight intervention is able to help parents improve their parenting skills and make positive changes in the nutrition and physical activity environment at home.

Child and Family Outcomes and Consumer Satisfaction for Online vs Staff-Delivered Parenting Intervention

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...

Parents Make the Difference II: Trial of a Parenting Intervention

Multisite randomized trial of a parenting intervention in Liberia for caregivers of young children. Two main objectives of the "Parents Make the Difference" program are to teach parents (a) skills for decreasing harsh punishments and replacing those with positive ways to manage children's behavior and (b) skills for having more positive interactions with their children, including interactions that encourage learning. As a result of positive changes in parenting, the investigato...

Stepping Up 4 Your Child

Through Stepping Up 4 Your Child, non-custodial fathers will be provided with a comprehensive, solution-oriented program featuring group based parent education and individualized case management to help them achieve financial independence, increase their parenting skills, and develop a co-parenting alliance.

The Pro-Parenting Study: Helping Parents Reduce Behavior Problems in Preschool Children With Developmental Delay

The Pro-Parenting Study seeks to determine the added benefit of targeting both parenting stress and parent management strategies to more effectively reduce behavior problems among children with developmental delay (DD). Findings from this study will improve the scientific understanding of evidence-based interventions for behavior problems among children with DD and the mechanisms underlying therapeutic change.

Engaging Fathers for Effective Child Nutrition and Development in Tanzania

This study aims to evaluate the independent and combined effectiveness of engaging both mothers and fathers in peer group sessions and integrating parenting and nutrition behavior change packages on early child nutrition and development.

Stimulation of Parents' Self-efficacy Beliefs and Emotion Coaching Practices (H2M1)

This research compared the efficacy of two parenting interventions that vary according to the number and the nature of variables in reducing preschoolers' externalizing behavior (EB). The goal was to identify which parenting intervention format (one-variable versus two-variable) caused higher behavioral adjustment in children.

Malezi Na Kilimo Bora - Skilful Parenting and Agribusiness Child Abuse Prevention Study

The Malezi ne Kilimo Bora ("Good Parenting and Farming" in Kiswahili) Skilful Parenting and Agribusiness Child Abuse Prevention Study is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, University of Glasgow, and the Tanzania National Medical Research Institute (NIMR). It is pilot cluster randomised controlled trial (cRCT) of a community-based intervention implemented by Investing in Children and Our Societies (ICS), an international non-governmental organization (NGO) with ex...

Safe Mothers, Safe Children Initiative

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of an evidence-based post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) intervention adapted to focus on parenting-related impairment for mothers receiving preventive services. The study intervention is adapted from Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR). The investigators expect that the adaption (Parenting STAIR) has the potential to prevent child maltreatment as well as improve maternal and child well-being ...

Coaching Alternative Parenting Strategies (CAPS) Study

This is a randomized, controlled trial of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) designed to test the effects of PCIT on self-regulation and behavior in child maltreating (CM) parents and their elementary-school children. Two hundred-fifty (250) maltreating mothers and their children (age 5-8 years) will be drawn from Child Protective Services and randomized to the PCIT intervention or a control condition (services as usual). Key contextual risk factors will be assessed, inclu...

ACT -Groups for Parents to Children With Disabilities

The main purpose of the pragmatic multicenter RCT is to investigate acceptance and commitment therapy groups in treatment of distress in parents to children with disabilities.in a clinical disability services context. Participants in the study are parents reporting symptoms of depression, anxiety or parenting stress due to parenting a child with disability. The participants have a child/children (0-17 years) currently enrolled in the disability services in Sweden.

Integrating Well-Woman and Well-Baby Care to Improve Parenting and Family Wellness

We hypothesize that relative to families who receive standard individual postpartum and pediatric care, families that receive group care will be more likely to have: - Improved maternal and child health behaviors: i.e increased breastfeeding, exercise, child safety measures in the home and decreased smoking. - Better health care use for babies: i.e. attend more care visits, on-time and complete immunizations and decreased emergency services use. - Be...

Parenting Intervention and Metabolic Syndrome

This study aimed to test the effect of a parenting intervention on metabolic syndrome in African American youth. The investigators hypothesized that a parenting intervention would produce reductions in metabolic syndrome, particularly for those families that started out high in difficulties with parenting.

Collaborative Problem Solving vs. Positive Solutions for Families in Preschool Parent Groups

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...

Evaluation Study of the Impact of the New Brain Builders Parenting Class

The objective of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of the parenting program on increasing positive parent-child interactions and increasing cognitive achievement in children. Overall, this project is intended to benefit women and children and supplement WIC services. The Brain Builders Parenting Class Evaluation Study Research Questions include the following: 1. Does the program impact child development outcomes such as kindergarten readiness? 2. Does ...

Purdue University Parenting Program Attrition

The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of techniques to enhance participation in parenting programs.

Community Implementation of KEEP: Fidelity and Generalization of Parenting

The primary goal of this study is to examine the fidelity and generalization of parenting effects of the KEEP foster parent training intervention as it is being delivered within a child welfare system of care by a community mental health provider.

Relational Parenting Group for Opioid-Addicted Mothers

This study is a randomized trial of interventions to improve parent-child relationships of drug-dependent mothers.

Comparing Web, Group, and Telehealth Formats of a Military Parenting Program

The overarching goal of this study is to advance research on family-based prevention of negative child outcomes for reintegrating Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom personnel by evaluating different formats of a parenting program, After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT). The ADAPT program is based upon the Parent Management Training-Oregon Model/PMTO, but adapted for military deployed families. The PI will examine which of three delivery formats of AD...

Mindful Parenting and Parent Training Program Study

The Mindful Parenting and Parent Training Study will be investigating the combination of Bögels and Restifo's (2014) Mindful Parenting Program and Chorpita and Weisz's (2009) Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems (MATCH) Program, specifically the BPT module. The Mindful Parenting Program is an adaptation for parents of the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program; the progra...


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