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Saana Sourander; Andre Sourander; Susanna Hinkka-Yli-Salomäki (et al.)
There is growing concern about the short- and long-term impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the mental health and psychosocial well-being of children and families. There are no existing studies about feasibility and outcomes using internet-based parent training programs with telephone coaching for disruptive behavioral problems in childhood during the COVID-19 pandemic in clinical settings. This study explored how the Strongest Families Smart Website (SFSW) parent training program, with telephone coaching, provided support during the COVID-19 pandemic at specialist family counseling centers in Helsinki, Finland, when restrictions made face-to-face counseling impossible. This study followed the success of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) and its implementation study of the SFSW parent training program by primary care child health clinics. The aim was to improve parenting skills, so that parents could tackle disruptive behavior by developing positive parent-child relationships. It started in May 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was at its height in Finland.
Lisa Kullik; Michael Kellmann; Christian Puta (et al.)
Brittany Batton; Rachel Kaplan; Kaci Ellis (et al.)
Zoi Triandafilidis; Ashleigh Old; Tanya Hanstock (et al.)
Simon F. Haeder; Emily Maxfield; Kara Ulmen (et al.)
Julie Lounds Taylor; Florencia Pezzimenti; Meghan M. Burke (et al.)
Anja Busse; Wataru Kashino; Sanita Suhartono (et al.)
By adhering to government preventative messages to stay-at-home and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, training practitioners in person in implementing a family-based intervention (i.e., Treatnet Family) is not possible. The present study examined the feasibility and acceptability of using digital technology to remotely deliver Treatnet Family training to practitioners in community counselling services in Indonesia. Fifteen practitioners, from the association of addiction counsellors in Indonesia, participated in the Treatnet Family workshop remotely. The training was delivered by four national Treatnet Family trainers remotely via a digital platform for five days with additional take-home assignments.
Marguerite W. Spruce; Alicia A. Gingrich; Amanda Phares (et al.)
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