Event Title

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with parents in recovery from opiate addiction

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Scott Edwards, Ph.D.

Project Type

Research Proposal

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Marriage and Family Therapy

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The opioid epidemic in America has led to recent research indicating opiates may blunt a person’s natural parenting instincts, which can lead to significant concerns in the parent-child relationship. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based therapy that promotes healthy relationships. This study will explore how PCIT impacts behavior concerns of children whose mothers are in residential treatment for opiate addiction. This is a quantitative study using the Dyadic Parent-Child Interactions Coding System to measure the quality of parent-child social interactions and to monitor progress in parenting skills development, with the parent-report Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory monitoring child behavior concerns.

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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with parents in recovery from opiate addiction

The opioid epidemic in America has led to recent research indicating opiates may blunt a person’s natural parenting instincts, which can lead to significant concerns in the parent-child relationship. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based therapy that promotes healthy relationships. This study will explore how PCIT impacts behavior concerns of children whose mothers are in residential treatment for opiate addiction. This is a quantitative study using the Dyadic Parent-Child Interactions Coding System to measure the quality of parent-child social interactions and to monitor progress in parenting skills development, with the parent-report Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory monitoring child behavior concerns.

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