04 December 2018
TRIPLE P BEING TRIALLED TO PREVENT GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
The Canadian Government has announced it will fund research into the potential for positive parenting to prevent gender-based violence, through a grant to McMaster University in Ontario.
04 December 2018
PROFESSIONALS IN TURKEY TALK TRIPLE P TRAINING: FIRST TIME OPEN TO ALL
Triple P’s first open-enrollment training in Turkey has been an outstanding success, with psychologists, psychiatrists and special education workers among those now qualified to deliver Triple P to parents.
21 November 2018
WHEN NATURAL DISASTER STRUCK, THIS FAMILY BOUNCED BACK WITH TRIPLE P
Australian parents Stephanie and Karl Black are now able to pack emotional resilience into their family emergency kit along with things like flashlights and fresh water, thanks to the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program.
04 April 2018
UK INQUIRY HEARS HOW TRIPLE P ADDRESSES ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES
Triple P UK CEO Matt Buttery has appeared alongside other experts from the child, family and social care fields at a UK Parliament inquiry into evidence-based early-years interventions.
02 March 2018
FRESH IDEAS FOR CRIME PREVENTION AT WORLD PARENTING CONFERENCE
One of the world’s leading and most innovative crime prevention experts has called for parenting support to be part of a strategy to halve rates of violent crime.
20 February 2018
CONFERENCE TO TACKLE PARENTING AND SOCIAL ISSUES
Next week's Helping Families Change Conference in Sonoma, California, will provide a unique opportunity for delegates to explore a range of interrelated social problems, hoping to find common ground and solutions.
13 February 2018
PARENTING BUSINESS FIRST IN WORLD CERTIFIED AS A “FORCE FOR GOOD”
Triple P International, the company which has taken the University of Queensland-developed Triple P – Positive Parenting Program to more than 25 countries, has become the first parenting intervention business in the world to be certified B Corp™.
06 December 2017
NZ study shows culturally adapted Triple P helps Maori families
A randomized controlled trial in New Zealand has found that a culturally-adapted parenting program for Māori families increases parents’ confidence, reduces conflict between partners, and improves children’s behavior.