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Resources

From training to delivery, Triple P supplies high-quality, robust practitioner and parent resources that have been clinically evaluated. The resources help practitioners deliver Triple P with fidelity and consistency, while giving parents materials that are relevant, entertaining, informational and inspiring.

Each intervention within a level has its own facilitator's kit, which is given to practitioners during training. The kits may include professionally-produced videos, powerpoint presentations, flipcharts, manuals and workbooks. Some practitioner resources have been translated into other languages, including Spanish, Dutch, German, Japanese, French and Swedish.

 

Parent resources are very practical and are tailored to each level and each intervention. They are professionally produced and clinically tested, and are variously available in 22 languages. Parent workbooks, DVDs and tip sheets provide enough information for the parent to remember the strategies and practice them at home, without overloading them with unnecessary details or theories.

 

Most Triple P program resources are available only to trained Triple P providers. For more details, or to request a Triple P resources order form, email us at contact@triplep.net.

 

The parent resources currently available are:

 

Triple P Tip Sheets Seminar Series (0—12, Teen and Stepping Stones)

 

This series includes the Triple P Tip Sheets for each Seminar Series. Each Triple P Seminar Series has three topics covering the most common parenting issues (e.g. Raising Resilient Children, Raising Competent Teenagers, Helping Your Child Reach Their Potential). 

 

Triple P Tip Sheets Series (0–16 years)

This series includes the Positive Parenting Booklet (and Positive Parenting Booklet for Parents of Teenagers) and the Triple P Tip sheets. The booklet gives parents practical advice on positive approaches to parenting and is used in conjunction with individual parenting tip sheets that provide suggestions for preventing and managing common developmental issues and behavior difficulties. There are currently 62 tip sheets available in five series specifically written for common issues relating to parenting, infants, toddlers, preschoolers, primary schoolers, and teenagers.

Triple P Stepping Stones Booklet Series

This series includes guides for managing common behavioral, emotional and developmental difficulties with children with a disability. Topics include: Language and Communication, Self-Care Skills, Social Skills, Fears and Anxieties, Family Adaptation, Toileting, Mealtimes, Being Part of the Community, and Disruptive behavior.

Triple P Discussion Group Workbook

Triple P Discussion Group Series 1 Workbooks include a series of parent discussion groups on common parenting issues: Dealing with disobedience, Managing fighting and aggression, Developing good bedtime routines, and Hassle-free shopping with children.

Every Parent

This parenting book provides practical answers to problem behavior. The focus is on developing a positive family atmosphere and preventing misbehavior. It is a key reference for parents and practitioners.

Self-help Workbook (0-12, Teen and Stepping Stones)

This workbook gives parents an active role in a structured, self-help, parenting skills program (Self-Directed Triple P). It guides parents through a 10 week series of reading and practice tasks to help them deal with the demands of caring for, supervising, educating and managing their children. Additional recommended resource materials are also listed for each week of the program. Self-Directed Triple P is designed for families in rural or remote areas and families wanting a self-help program with no therapist contact.

Every Parent's Group Workbook

This parent workbook is used with Group Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks.

Teen Triple P Group Workbook

This parent workbook is used with Group Teen Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks.

Stepping Stones Triple P Group Workbook

This parent workbook is used with Group Stepping Stones Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks for parents of children with a disability.

Every Parent's Family Workbook

This family workbook is used with Standard Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks.

Teen Triple P Family Workbook

This family workbook is used with Standard Teen Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks.

Stepping Stones Triple P Family Workbook

This family workbook is used with Standard Stepping Stones Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks for parents of children with a disability.

Every Parent's Supplementary Workbooks

These parent workbooks are used with Enhanced Triple P. It includes practical information, activities and between-session tasks specific to the Practice Sessions, Coping Skills and Partner Support modules of Enhanced Triple P.

Pathways to Positive Parenting Supplementary Workbooks

These parent workbooks are used in conjunction with Level 4 Triple P. It includes practical information activities and between-session tasks specific to Avoiding Parent Traps, Coping with Anger, and Maintenance and Closure modules of Pathways Triple P.

Lifestyle Triple P Group Workbook

This workbook is used with Lifestyle Triple P. It includes practical information on positive parenting strategies as well as activities and between-session tasks for parents of overweight children aged 5 to 10 years. It offers suggestions and ideas for encouraging healthy eating and increasing physical activity in the family.

Active Games Booklet

This booklet is used with Lifestyle Triple P. It provides suggestions and ideas for encouraging physical activity in the family and how to keep children active.

Recipe Booklet

This booklet is used with Lifestyle Triple P. It provides recipe ideas for healthy meals and snacks that can be made at home.

Family Transitions Triple P Workbook

This workbook is used with Family Transitions Triple P. It offers suggestions and ideas on positive parenting to help promote child development, look after parents and manage the stresses and demands involved in going through divorce.

 

If you are a trained Triple P practitioner or Triple P regional coordinator, email us for a resources order form.

 

 



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