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A self directed behavioural family intervention with telephone consultations improved toddler behaviour and parenting skills

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 Q In families with concerns about their toddler’s behaviour, is a self directed behavioural family intervention (SD-BFI), with or without telephone assistance (TA) by a therapist, effective in improving child behaviour and parenting skills?

METHODS

Embedded ImageDesign:

randomised controlled trial.

Embedded ImageAllocation:

unconcealed.

Embedded ImageBlinding:

unblinded.

Embedded ImageFollow up period:

10 weeks, plus 6 months for the 2 intervention groups.

Embedded ImageSetting:

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Embedded ImageParticipants:

126 families with a healthy child 18–36 months of age (mean age 26 mo, 51% boys) who had expressed concerns about the child’s behaviour. Families currently receiving counselling were excluded.

Embedded ImageIntervention:

42 families were assigned to SD-BFI and 43 families to TASD-BFI. Both groups received a self administered programme, comprising a workbook on toddler behaviour problems, …

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