Incredible Years: Book Chapter

Building Sustainable Parent Interventions in Early Years

White, C. (2018) "Building Sustainable Parent Interventions in Early Years." In Faulconbridge, J., Hunt, K. and Laffan, A. (Eds.) Improving The Psychological Wellbeing Of Children and Young People pp. 71-92. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.    Abstract The evidence for investing in early intervention in the early years of a child’s life is overwhelming. There.
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Teaching Children to Problem-Solve through Puppet Play Interactions

Webster-Stratton, C., Reid, J.M. (2018). Teaching Children to Problem-Solve through Puppet Play Interactions. In A.A. Drewes and C.E. Schaefer (Eds.), Puppets in Play Therapy: A Practical Guidebook (pp. 130-142). New York: Routledge.   Abstract In this chapter, we will focus on how we use puppets in the Incredible Years Dinosaur Program to teach.
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The Incredible Years Parent Programs: Methods and Principles that Support Fidelity of Program Delivery

Year: 2015 Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C., The Incredible Years Parent Programs: Methods and Principles that Support Fidelity of Program Delivery. in Evidence-Based Parenting Education: A Global Perspective. J. Ponzetti, Editor, 2015. Routledge. Author: Webster-Stratton [spacer] Abstract Social, emotional, and behavioral problems in young children are the most com­mon reason parents seek help from mental health professionals..
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The Incredible Years: Use of Play Interventions and Coaching for Children with Externalizing Difficulties

Excerpt (Book Chapter) Children derive unique benefits when their parents and teachers give them undivided, focused, regular, and responsive attention during child-directed play interactions. During adult-child play, the child develops a trusting emotional bond and important physical, cognitive, social, and language skills. Attentive playtimes also play a critical role in shaping.
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The Incredible Years® Group-Based Parenting Program for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Webster-Stratton, C., Dababnah, S., & Olson, E. (2018). The Incredible Years® Group-Based Parenting Program for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In M. Siller & L. Morgan (Eds.), Handbook of Parent-Implemented Interventions for Very Young Children with Autism (pp. 261-282). Springer. [spacer] Abstract A new Incredible Years® (IY) Parent Program for preschool children with autism.
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Therapist Roles in Facilitating the Collaborative Learning Process

Webster-Stratton, C. (2012). Therapist Roles in Facilitating the Collaborative Learning Process. In C. Webster-Stratton Collaborating with Parents to Reduce Children's Behavior Problems: A Book for Therapists Using Incredible Years Programs (303-377). Seattle, WA: The Incredible Years.   While the collaborative learning process is the underlying structure for the Incredible Years process of intervention,.
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