Who We Are

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The Incredible Years® are evidence-based, proven effective programs.
We have a library of research studies and independent replications.
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Incredible Years® programs have been applied in more than twenty countries.
Canada, England, Wales, Scotland, Norway, Palestine, New Zealand, Ireland, Portugal, Australia, Denmark, The Netherlands, Russia, Finland, Sweden, and more.
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We train and support program facilitators.
We have Incredible Years® certified mentors and trainers around the world.

Program Goals

The long term goal of the series is to prevent delinquency, drug abuse, and violence.
  • Develop comprehensive treatment programs for young children with early onset conduct problems, ADHD and Autism.
  • Develop cost-effective, community-based, universal prevention programs that all families and teachers of young children can use to promote social and emotional learning, emotion regulation, problem solving, and academic success.
  • Prevent children from developing conduct problems in the first place.
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Our Mission

We act on the belief – that a child is the most precious of all human beings, and the
ability to withstand the emotional and social challenges as a teenager, clearly rests
upon a caring relationship between parent, teacher and child.

Our mission is to advance the social and emotional behavior of children of all ethnic
groups, through a series of interlocking parent, teacher and child programs supported by more than thirty years of clinically proven worldwide research.

Our goal is to deliver evidence-based programs and materials that develop positive parent-teacher-child relationships and assist in preventing and treating behavior problems and promoting social, emotional, and academic competence before a child becomes an adult.

Incredible Years Mission Statement
Incredible Years Fact Sheet

The Founder and Staff

Carolyn Webster-Stratton, M.S., M.P.H., Ph.D.,
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Professor Emeritus, University of Washington
Founder & Program Developer

-Program upgrades, further development, improvements and publications
-Consultation regarding dissemination, research evaluation and IY program clinical delivery methods
-Trainer
-Review and upgrades of training protocols and feedback to Mentors and Trainers
-Supervision of training, translation contracts and accreditation application review
Learn about Program Developer, Carolyn Webster-Statton

John Stratton

John Stratton, M.D., Cardiology
Professor University of Washington
Chief Financial Officer

-Internal financial oversight


Jamila Reid, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Director of Implementation

-Conduct agency readiness assessments
-Provide on-going implementation support and consultation
-Fidelity reviews for group leader accreditation
-Schedule and coordinate trainings
-Trainer for child and teacher programs


Emily Barkley, B.A., Business and Psychology
Operations Manager

-Financial oversight, budget planning
-Translation and brand use agreements
-Implementation/research contracts, tenders
-Accounts, invoices

Lisa Gloria, M.Ed.
Program Support Coordinator
-Customer support
-Training support
-Certification/Accreditation support
-Program content updates (website, social media)

Clarissa Ramirez, 4th year student at SPU majoring in Business
Shipping Manager
-Order fulfillment
-Inventory management
-Tracking inquiries

Len Webster, Incredible Mentor

Learn about Len Webster