Lees, D., & Fergusson, D. (2015). A study to assess the acceptability of adding home parent support along with the Incredible Years® Parent Programme. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 44(1), 40-44. Abstract The Incredible Years® parent management programme (IYP) is an evidence based parenting programme designed to address conduct problems in young children..Read more
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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.Read more
LaForett, D. R., Murray, D. W., Reed, J. J., Kurian, J., Mills-Brantley, R. and Webster-Stratton, C. (2019). Delivering the Incredible Years® Dina Treatment Program in Schools for Early Elementary Students with Self-Regulation Difficulties. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/23794925.2019.1631723 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to describe the implementation.Read more
Lees, D., Frampton, C.M., & Merry, S.N. (2019, January 23). Efficacy of a Home Visiting Enhancement for High-Risk Families Attending Parent Management Programs A Randomized Superiority Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2018.4183 [spacer] Abstract Antisocial behavior and adult criminality often have origins in childhood and are best addressed early in the child’s life using evidence-based parenting.Read more
House of Commons Science and Technology Committee (2018). Evidence-based Early Years Intervention. London: House of Commons. Early intervention is a loosely-defined term that refers to taking action as soon as possible, to tackle problems before they become more difficult to reverse. In this Report, we consider early intervention in relation to childhood adversity.Read more
Karjalainen, P., Kiviruusu, O., Aronen, E.T, & Santalahti, P. (2019). Group-based parenting program to improve parenting and children's behavioral problems in families using special services: A randomized controlled trial in a real-life setting. Children and Youth Services Review 96, 420-429. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.12.004 [spacer] Abstract This randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluated the effectiveness of the Incredible Years®.Read more
Leclair Mallette, I.A., Paquette, G., & Letarte, M.J. (2017). La fidélité d’implantation d’un programme probant au-delà de son implantation initiale: l’exemple de Ces années incroyables en protection de l’enfance de 2003 à 2013. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation / La Revue canadienne d’évaluation de programme, 32.1 (Spring / printemps), 90–108. doi: 10.3138/cjpe.31142 [spacer] Résumé Cet article présente une.Read more
Karjalainen, P., Kiviruusu, O., Santalahti, P., Aronen, E.T. (2020). Parents' perceptions of a group-based parenting programme in families with child protection and other family support services in a real-life setting. Child & Family Social Work 26(1), 38-49. DOI: 10.1111/cfs.12787 Abstract The aim of this study was to assess parents' satisfaction and perceived usefulness.Read more
Year: 2016 Bibliography: Javier, J., Prevention of Behavioral Problems in Filipino Youth with an Evidence-based Parenting Intervention: A Randomized Pilot Study in Churches. Submission to The American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Author: Javier [spacer] Abstract Introduction: Filipino youth have significant behavioral health disparities compared to non-Filipino youth. Delivering evidence-based parenting interventions in faith-based settings.Read more
Javier, J.R., Coffey, D.M., Palinkas, L.A., Kipke, M.D., Miranda, J., & Schrager, S.M. (2019). Promoting Enrollment in Parenting Programs Among a Filipino Population: A Randomized Trial. Pediatrics, 143(2). https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2018-0553 Abstract BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Evidence-based parenting programs prevent the onset and escalation of youth conduct problems. However, participation rates in such programs are.Read more
Stanley, P. & Stanley, L. (2018). Putting the Prevention of Problems of Living Into Action in New Zealand: The Incredible Years Series of Parent, Teacher, and Child Programmes. Journal of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists 28(2), 9-15. [spacer] Abstract This submission to the New Zealand Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction.Read more
Caregiver strain and burden are high in families raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Parents of preschool children with ASD are particularly vulnerable to stress and depression. High parent stress is associated with several negative outcomes, including child social difficulties, strained parent-child attachment, and marital unhappiness. Yet, few.Read more
Year: 2017 (in press)
Bibliography: Hutchings, J. & Williams, M.E. (2017 in press). Taking the Incredible Years Child and Teacher Programmes to scale in Wales. Childhood Education, in press.
The content and international evidence for the Incredible Years programmes for children and teachers are described. This is followed by a description.
Year: 2014 Bibliography: Silva, I., & Gaspar, M. The challenge of improving positive residential care practices: Evidence from staff experiences in Portugal. International Journal of Child and Family Welfare, 2014. 15 (1/2), 92-109. Authors: Silva, Gaspar [spacer] Abstract Residential child care has to be a quality answer to the children who are in placements..Read more
Webster-Stratton, C. (2020). The Incredible Years Parent, Teacher and Child Programs: Foundations and Future. In M.E. Feinberg (Ed.), Designing Evidence-Based Public Health and Prevention Programs: Expert Program Developers Explain the Science and Art. England: Routledge. [spacer] Innovation of Incredible Years: Where We Have Been and Where Do We Go From Here?.Read more
Year: 2016 Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C. (2016). The Incredible Years series: a developmental approach. In Family-Based Prevention Programs for Children and Adolescents: Theory, Research, and Large-Scale Dissemination (pp. 42-67). M. Van Ryzin, K. Kumpfer, G. Fosco, & M. Greenberg, Editors. New York, NY: Psychology Press.Read more
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Webster-Stratton, C., & Bywater, T. (2019). The Incredible Years® series: An internationally evidenced multi-modal approach to enhancing child outcomes. In B. Fiese, M. Whisman, M. Celano, K. Deater-Deckard, and E. Jouriles (Eds.), APA Handbook of Contemporary Family Psychology. This chapter provides an overview of theory and practice of The Incredible Years® Series;.Read more
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.Read more
Crane, M.E., Kendall, P.C., Chorpita, B.F., Sanders, M.R., Miller, A.R., Webster-Stratton, C., McWilliam, J., Beck, J.S., Ashen, C., Embry, D.D., Pickering, J.A., Daleiden, E.L. (2019). The Role of International Dissemination and Implementation Organizations in Scaling Psychological Interventions (Unpublished). Temple University: Crane. [spacer] Abstract Despite advancements in dissemination and implementation science, a gap.Read more
Year: 2015 Bibliography: Constantino, J., Ben-David, V., Navsaria, N., Spiegel, E., Glowinski, A., Rogers, C., Jonson-Reid, M. Two-generation psychiatric intervention in the prevention of early childhood maltreatment recidivism. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 2015. In Press. Author: Constantino, et al [spacer] Abstract Objective: This article describes experience and early outcomes of a two-generation approach to preventive psychiatric.Read more
Zhou, X., Lee, R.M., Ohm, J., & Khuu, B. (2018). Understanding the Needs, Preferences, and Feasibility for Parent Training in Hmong Americans. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 9(1), 62-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/aap0000095 [spacer] Abstract To provide a culturally competent parent training program for Hmong American parents, we sought to identify their cultural preferences and parenting needs,.Read more
Year: 2014 Bibliography: Silva, I. S., Gaspar, M. F., Anglin, J. Webster-Stratton Incredible Years Basic Parent Programme (IY) in Child Care Placements: Residential staff carers’ satisfaction results. Child & Family Social Work, 2014. 1-10. Authors: Silva, Gaspar, Anglin DOI:10.1111/cfs.12129 [spacer]Read more
AbstractThe aim of the present study was to investigate residential child care staff satisfaction with.