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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Second Edition
McNeil, Cheryl Bodiford and Toni Hembree-Kigin
Springer (Verlag) / Hardcover / 2009-04-01 / 0387886389
Infant, Child & Adolescent / Couple & Family Studies
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445 pages
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In 1995, we published a text called, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Step-By-Step Guide for Clinicians, which provided a clinical description of PCIT for the treatment of two- to seven-year-old children with disruptive behavior problems. Since that time, PCIT has been disseminated widely across the United States and abroad. Numerous additional studies have been conducted regarding the efficacy of PCIT with a variety of populations. Subsequently, demand has been increasing for an expanded textbook that summarizes the research regarding clinical innovations in the program as well as applications to specialized populations.

PCIT: Expanded Clinical Edition retains much of the original information regarding the fundamentals of PCIT from the 1st edition, but the 2nd edition also presents applications of PCIT to special populations. In the first section, we discuss how to apply these treatment techniques to toddlers, older children, and siblings. The second section includes clinical adaptations of PCIT for special child populations: developmental disorders, child maltreatment (including reactive attachment disorder), mood and anxiety disorders, and ADHD.

In the third section, we include information on how to make PCIT effective when working with special parent populations (e.g., parents with developmental disabilities, depression, and anxiety). We also discuss how to facilitate successful coparenting in PCIT with divorced families. Other parent issues discussed include working with resistance, substance abuse, domestic violence, and multiple stressors. This section concludes with information regarding the use of PCIT with families from different cultural backgrounds.

In the final section, we describe pilot projects integrating PCIT into community settings, such as the home, schools, community mental health centers, shelters, and group homes. Guidelines and opportunities for therapist training are presented. The appendix updates and supplements the handouts provided in the original text.


About the Authors:

Cheryl Bodiford McNeil, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology in the Clinical Child Program at West Virginia University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Florida. Dr. McNeil's clinical and research interests are focused on program development and evaluation, specifically with regard to abusive parenting practices and managing the disruptive behaviors of young children in both the home and school settings. She has authored two books (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Short-Term Play Therapy for Disruptive Children), a continuing education package (Working with Oppositional Defiant Disorder in Children), a psychotherapy DVD for the American Psychological Association (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy), and a classroom management program (The Tough Class Discipline Kit). In addition, Dr. McNeil has published numerous research articles and chapters related to the importance of intervening early with young children displaying disruptive behaviors. She is the wife of Dr. Daniel McNeil, a Professor of Psychology, and the mother of two school-aged boys.

Toni Hembree-Kigin, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist in independent practice in Mesa, Arizona. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Florida. Dr. Hembree-Kigin's clinical and research interests are focused on young children with disruptive behavior problems and those in shelter and foster care. She has authored three books (Mental Health Interventions with Preschool children, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Short-Term Play Therapy for Disruptive Children) and a continuing education package (Working with Oppositional Defiant Disorder in Children). Dr. Hembree-Kigin designed the therapeutic milieu in the group home and shelter care for the Child Crisis Center East Valley based on the PCIT model. In addition, Dr. Hembree-Kigin has published numerous research articles and chapters related to the importance of intervening early with young children displaying disruptive behaviors. She is the wife of Dr. Timothy Kigin, school psychologist, and mother of three school-aged children.This volume presents applications of PCIT to special populations. The first section, discusses how to apply these treatment techniques to toddlers, older children, and siblings. The second section includes clinical adaptations of PCIT for special child populations: developmental disorders, child maltreatment, mood and anxiety disorders, and ADHD. In the third section, we include information on how to make PCIT effective when working with special parent populations. We also discuss how to facilitate successful coparenting in PCIT with divorced families. Other parent issues discussed include working with resistance, substance abuse, domestic violence, and multiple stressors. This section concludes with information regarding the use of PCIT with families from different cultural backgrounds. In the final section, we describe pilot projects integrating PCIT into community settings, such as the home, schools, community mental health centers, shelters, and group homes.

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