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Developed to improve parenting skills, parenting programmes have been shown to be effective and cost-effective interventions for.
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Social, emotional, and behavioral problems in young children are the most common reason parents seek help from mental health professionals..
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This chapter provides an overview of theory and practice of The Incredible Years.