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Helping the Noncompliant Child Family-Based Treatment for Oppositional Behavior

ISBN-10: 159385241X
ISBN-13: 9781593852412
Edition: 2nd 2005
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Description: This manual presents an empirically validated program for teaching parents to manage noncompliance in three- to eight-year-olds. Practitioners are provided with guidelines for child and family assessment detailed descriptions of parent training  More...

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Book details

List price: $38.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 8/3/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 313
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

This manual presents an empirically validated program for teaching parents to manage noncompliance in three- to eight-year-olds. Practitioners are provided with guidelines for child and family assessment detailed descriptions of parent training procedures, and protocols for conducting and evaluating the program.

Robert J. McMahon, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is also a member of the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group and Principal Investigator at the Seattle site of the Fast Track Project, an NIMH-funded multisite, longitudinal investigation of the prevention of early-starting conduct problems in high-risk children. Dr. McMahon has coedited a number of books and serves on the editorial boards of several journals. Rex L. Forehand, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Vermont and Regents Professor Emeritus at the University of Georgia. He is also Principal Investigator of a CDC-funded parenting project. Dr. Forehand's publications include two coauthored parenting guides. He is a member of 10 editorial boards.

Arthur L. Robin, PhD, is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences and Pediatrics at Wayne State University School of Medicine, and Chief of Psychology at Children's Hospital of Michigan. The author of many articles and chapters on ADHD, parent/n-/teen relations, and eating disorders, he is the coauthor (with Sharon L. Foster) of [ital]Negotiating Parent/n-/Adolescent Conflict.[/ital] Dr. Robin is a practicing clinical psychologist with University Psychiatric Services in Detroit and Farmington Hills, Michigan.

Child Compliance and Noncompliance
Definitions of Compliance and Noncompliance
The Significance of Compliance and Noncompliance
The Development of Compliance and Noncompliance in Normal (Nonreferred) Children
Compliance and Noncompliance as "Deviant" Development
Final Thoughts
Parent Training
The Development of Parent Training
Common Catalog of Parenting Skills
Limitations of Parent Training
The Hanf Model of Parent Training
Overview of the "Helping the Noncompliant Child" (HNC) Parent Training Program
The Training Setting
Who Should Attend Sessions
Parenting Skills
Method of Teaching
Overview of Skills Taught in the Parent Training Program
When to Progress to the Next Skill: Behavioral Criteria
Structure of Sessions
Training Materials
Ethical Considerations
Engaging Families in the Intervention
Therapists
Final Thoughts
Assessment Methods and Procedures
The Interview
The Parent Interview
Direct Observation
Parent-Completed Questionnaires
Parent-Recorded Behavior
Assessment of School Problems
Posttreatment and Follow-Up Assessments
The Feedback Session and Sample Program Outline
The Feedback Session
Sample Outline of the Parent Training Program
Commonly Encountered Problems
Phase I: The Skills of Differential Attention
Facilitating Child Cooperation and Participation during the First Intervention Session: The Use of Setting Instructions
Rationale and Overview of Phase I
Parenting Skills
Combining Phase I Skills: Differential Attention
Homework Assignments
Sample Session
Commonly Encountered Problems
Phase II: The Skills of Compliance Training
Rationale and Overview of Phase II
The Clear Instructions Sequence
Extending Phase II Skills: Standing Rules
Extending Phase I and Phase II Skills
Sample Session
Commonly Encountered Problems
The Final Session(s)
Adjunctive Interventions
Rationale for Enhancing Parent Training
Use of a Self-Control Program with Parents
Teaching Parents Social Learning Principles
Parent Enhancement Therapy
Toward the Development of a Self-Administered Version of the HNC Parent Training Program
Adaptations for Specific Populations
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Adaptations of Parent Training for ADHD
Child Abuse and Neglect
Developmental Disabilities
Other Populations
Adherence to Medical Regimens
Final Thoughts
Review of Treatment Research and Current Directions
Laboratory Investigations
Immediate Outcome Studies
Outcome Studies Examining Generalization and Social Validity
Enhancement of Generalization
Self-Administered Interventions
Comparisons with Other Interventions
Current Directions: Moving Toward Prevention
Conclusions
Parent's Consumer Satisfaction Questionnaire
Parent Handouts and Record Sheets
Introduction to Phase I
Attends and the Child's Game
Parent Record Sheet: Child's Game
Rewards
Parent Record Sheet: Identifying "OK" Behaviors to Increase
Ignoring
Combining Positive Attention and Ignoring (Differential Attention)
Introduction to Phase II
The Clear Instructions Sequence: Path A
Parent Record Sheet: Clear Instructions and Child Compliance
The Clear Instructions Sequence: Path B
The Clear Instructions Sequence: Path C
Challenges in the Use of the Clear Instructions Sequence
Parent Record Sheet: Clear Instructions Sequence
Standing Rules
Parent Record Sheet: Standing Rules
Dealing with Situations Outside the Home
Social Learning Criterion Tests and Scoring Keys
Mealtime Brochure
References
Index

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