15 November 2019
Online parenting program evaluations demonstrate positive health outcomes
Busy health professionals should consider referring patients to online support, given that ongoing research into the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program’s online variant, Triple P Online, has yielded impressive parent and child outcomes, with effects largely being maintained at follow-up.
14 October 2019
AWARD NOMINATIONS STILL OPEN
Award nominations are still open for researchers and Triple P providers as part of the 20th Helping Families Change Conference (HFCC), to be held, appropriately enough, in 2020.
11 September 2019
NORTH CAROLINA JUMPS ON BOARD THE PECE TRAIN
The Positive Early Childhood Education (PECE) program now has its first east-coast USA trained early childhood educators, thanks to Mecklenburg County Public Health.
23 August 2019
MORE EXPERTS CONFIRM THAT TIME-OUT, USED PROPERLY, SUPPORTS ATTACHMENT
Independent experts are calling for the return of an evidence-based approach to time-out, reassuring parents and professionals that the correct use of the technique is both effective and supported by attachment theory.
24 June 2019
POSITIVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (PECE) HITS THE GROUND RUNNING
The Positive Early Childhood Education program, or PECE, has been officially launched worldwide this week after successful research trial outcomes in a number of countries.
18 April 2019
“Upstream approach” gains support in U.S. Congress and among leading advocates
Helping families and communities to be stronger and healthier is the key to preventing child abuse and neglect, and Triple P’s suite of parenting support interventions offers an evidence-based way to build community capacity; that will be the message presented this week to the National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) in Washington.
25 March 2019
Self-regulation isn’t just for kids, say Harvard academics and their Aussie counterparts
The topic of “self-regulation”– managing strong emotions, coping with difficult situations, and learning to self-evaluate – and how parents can play a major role in helping children develop self-regulatory skills has been explored in the latest issue of peer-reviewed journal, the Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review.
20 March 2019
EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE: SUPPORT FOR PARENTS IN TURKISH REPUBLIC OF NORTHERN CYPRUS
Positive parenting seminars and group programs are being enthusiastically received by parents in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, as part of efforts to build emotional resilience and help children avoid substance abuse problems when they get older.