The Spanish version of the CPRT Parent Notebook is a companion to theChild Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Treatment Manual(Bratton, Landreth, Kellam, & Blackard, 2006), and was developed for CPRT-trained mental health professionals to facilitate CPRT with Spanish speaking parents. The CD contains all necessary materials for conducting CPRT with Latino families: a Spanish translated version of the CPRT Parent Notebook, considerations for working with Latino parents, and additional resources specific to Spanish speaking parents including sample marketing materials in Spanish.
Praise for Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT)
Winner - Best Practices in Parent/Family Education Award for 2010 from the Texas Association of Parent Educators
"This book provides a wealth of detailed and helpful information about the process and practice of filial therapy. It is likely to prove an invaluable guide to all practicing and aspiring filial therapists." - The British Association of Play Therapists
"This is a well thought out, well laid out, understandable, short-term treatment program. In addition to providing the basics, Landreth and Bratton communicate their own empirically justified and clinically experienced trust in the method to deal with all sorts of parent-child problems. All of this comes through in a highly personal way that makes the book inspiring as well as instructional." - Louise Guerney, Professor Emeritus, Penn State University, College Park, USA
Praise for Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Treatment Manual
"If you want to use this well established program, you will want to have this manual to guide you. It provides everything that the therapist and parent need to know to carry out their respective CPRT roles effectively." - Louise Guerney, Director of Play and Filial Family Training, National Institute of Relationship Enhancement, Maryland, USA
"The detailed Therapist and Parents Notebooks allow the therapist easy implementation of the treatment protocol. The parent handouts are specific and clear. The CD-Rom provides the therapist quick access to professional quality materials. This manual and the text provide the play therapy field with a thorough and detailed CPRT protocol. The field and those we serve are richer for it." - Linda E. Homeyer, Associate Professor of Professional Counseling at Texas State University, San Marcos, USA
"The authors present all information for therapists clearly, thoroughly, and in a well-organized manner. In addition, the detailed study guide section offers metaphors to enliven material, encouragement to model skills that are taught, guidance for optimizing group dynamics within sessions, and ways to display empathy toward parents. Another major asset of the CPRT Treatment Manual is the amount and quality of the material for distribution to parents. These attactively designed materials are written in accessible language for parents, share the rationale behind the techniques, and present skills in a gradual and structured fashion to ease implementation. In sum, those clinicians who have experience with filial therapy and those who want to use this treatment approach will find this treatment manual to be extremely helpful. The authors are well-regarded experts in this area; they adeptly share their scholarly knowledge and clinical wisdon in this accessible and practical book." - Steven A. Meyers, PsycCritiques, Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Culturual Considerations 2. Spanish Parent Notebook 3. Corrections to CPRT Therapist Notebook for Spanish Parent Notebook 4. Required and Supplemental Resources 5. Marketing Flyer
About the Authors
Sue C. Bratton, PhD, LPC, RPT-S, is director of the Center for Play Therapy and professor at the University of North Texas. Dr. Bratton is a nationally and internationally known speaker and author with over 60 publications including Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model, Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Treatment Manual, Child-Centered Play Therapy Research: The Evidence Base for Practitioners, and Integrative Play Therapy. Dr. Bratton is a past president of the Association for Play Therapy (APT) and the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2014 American Counseling Association Extended Research Award, the 2013 ACA Best Practice Award, the 2013 Outstanding Humanistic Educator/Supervisor Award, and the 2007 Association for Play Therapy Outstanding Research Award.
Garry L. Landreth, EdD, LPC, RPT-S, is a Regents professor emeritus and founder of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas. He is a founding member and director emeritus of the Association for Play Therapy (APT) board of directors. Dr. Landreth is internationally recognized for his writings and work in promoting child-centered play therapy and is the author of over 150 publications and videos, including Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship (3rd ed.), Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model, and Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Treatment Manual. He received the APT Lifetime Achievement Award and the APT Research Award.
Peggy L. Ceballos, PhD, is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas. Dr. Ceballosís research agenda focuses on investigating the effectiveness of play therapy interventions in school settings, particularly for Latino children and parents. She is the recipient of various awards, including the 2011 American Counseling Association Best Practice Award, and the 2009 Association for Play Therapy Dissertation Award.