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Chapter 3

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 4030
Professor
Diane Lawless
Semester
Winter

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PCIT chapter 3  Intake assessment and therapy orientation session o Initial eval can elucidate factors that may interfere with treatment o Testing serves as baselines; weekly changes hope to be seen o Accountability-effectiveness  Who should attend the intake session: o Child should be monitored in one way w/o parents being there to shed intimate info o Some break 2hrs as costs, agencies, and children become issues o Develop rapport with child, misperceptions, praise them, appeal  Flexible battery approach: o Intake interview and questionnaire o Eyeberg child behaviour inventory ecbi-essential measure for clinical range to track behaviours over time o Sutter-eyeberg student behaviour inventory sesbi-measure in school setting o Dyadic parent child interaction coding system dpics 3-observes parent and child o Core pre treatment assessments; repeated at conclusion of treatment o Use flexible additional measure, co-morbid evals., interfering vars, marital conflict, depression, stress o Problem score tends to be higher in single-parent versus intact families and high problem score have been with marital distress  Sutter eyeberg student behaviour inventory-sesbi o Class setting , daycare, preschool, o Brevity good; 55 mins  Dyadic parent child interaction coding system dpics3 o Direct observation- playing independently, attention, responsiveness, limit setting of parent, warmth, clinginess, anxiety o Avoid interventions if child becomes disruptive, instruct parents, questions answered in future sessions o Structured observation by clinical playroom using a small table, 2 chairs, time out chair in corner, toy box, five sets of toys-block, legos, duplos, o 2 place on table, others in other remaining corners; toys out of containers for clean up later o One way mirror and bte-hearing aid o If therapist gone; more likely disruptive o Most 3-4 yr olds don’t mind, unaware that they’re being observed o 5 min warm-up before coding o Pre-treatment recommended videotaping, for review o 3 standard 5 min dpics situations varying in degree of parental control  Child led, parent led and clean up 1 o Child led- most positive response; parent led-more challenging; clean up-most  After 5; term
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