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Incredible Years Parent Training Programs
(2008)



                     The Incredible Years parent training intervention...
About Us

Os Programas The Incredible Years foram desenvolvidos por Carolyn Webster-

Stratton, M.S.N., M.P.H., Ph.D., Pro...
Programa 1 – Fortalecimento das Competências Sociais das

                       Crianças, Regulação Emocional e Competênc...
•   pais que faltaram a algumas sessões de grupo IY por motivo de doença ou
      work schedules
  •   pais que frequentam...
Incredible Years Series Training Program News

Sample Sessions - An Invaluable Tool for Group Leaders, Therapists
and Teac...
The Incredible Years Parents and Babies and Toddlers programs support parents in

specific ways by learning how to observe...
•   Establishing family rules, responsibilities and routines
  •   Setting limits around computer and TV use
  •   Being r...
•   Training children for cooperative behavior - in the grocery store, while on the
          telephone, dressing, or bein...
View a graphic representation of the Incredible Years Programs (PDF)




Incredible Years Series - Program Goals

The Incr...
2.   These short- and long-term goals are accomplished by promoting parent, teacher
      and child competencies.



Promo...
positive friendships and belonging to more prosocial groups (which in themselves
           are important protective facto...
Program Name:          Parenting Skills - Baby
Babies & Toddlers      • Getting to know your baby
Program (Ages 0-3)     •...
Child's Education        •   Learning routine after school
Program                  •   Homework support
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•   Quiet hand up
                        •   Compliance
                        •   Listening
                        •  ...
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  1. 1. Incredible Years Parent Training Programs (2008) The Incredible Years parent training intervention é uma série de programas centrados no fortalecimento das competências parentais (monitoring, positive discipline, confidence) e fostering o envolvimento parental nas experiências escolares das crianças para promover as competências académicas, sociais e emocionais das crianças e reduzir os problemas de comportamento. Os Programas Parentais agrupam-se de acordo com a idade. Babies & Toddlers (0-3 anos), BASIC Early Childhood (3-6 anos), BASIC School-Age (6-12 anos) and ADVANCE (4-12 anos). The Leader's manuais para estes programas incluem questões comummente colocadas pelos pais, tempestade de ideias e values exercises, sugestões de práticas de role play, actividades home e handouts. Estes manuais podem ser usados quando o programa estiver a ser auto administrado por um pai ou professor em casa, clínica ou escola. Os programas parentais são recomendadaos pela American Psychological Association Task Force as meeting the stringent quot;Chambless criteriaquot; for empirically supported mental health intervention for children com problemas comportamentais. Experts in Action: Parent Program Sessions Group leaders/clinicians who have received the initial training workshop for the BASIC Parenting Program will find these tapes an invaluable resource for furthering their group leadership skills. These tapes can be used for self-study or viewed with other group leaders and used as a trigger for discussion of group leadership skills. View a 1 minute video clip (This clip is from a Cross-Cultural Parent Group Program session)
  2. 2. About Us Os Programas The Incredible Years foram desenvolvidos por Carolyn Webster- Stratton, M.S.N., M.P.H., Ph.D., Professor e Director da Parenting Clinic na Universidade de Washington. É enfermeira Licenciada em Psicologia Clínica e tem publicado numerosos artigos científicos avaliando programas de treino para ajudar famílias e professores com crianças altamente agressivas, desobedientes, hiperactivas e desatentas. Tem tido longas experiências clínicas, ajudando mais de 1,000 famílias cujas crianças foram diagnosticadas com problemas de comportamento e défice de atenção. Ainda, tem oferecido o seu programa de treino a professores e pais que as escolas e intervenções baseadas na comunidade designaram para a prevenção da escalada dos problemas de comportamento da infância para a adolescência. Este currículo tem sido adoptado por muitos centros de saúde mental de crianças, centros Head Start, agencias protectoras de crianças e escolas throughout the U.S., Canadá e Reino Unido. O Professor Webster-Stratton é o recipient do prestigiado National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Award. BASIC – Programa para o Pré – Escolar/Early Childhood 3 aos 6 anos de idade – Treino composto pelos Programas 1 a 4. O programa centra- se no fortalecimento das competências parentais e consiste em componentes which build upon one another.
  3. 3. Programa 1 – Fortalecimento das Competências Sociais das Crianças, Regulação Emocional e Competências School Readiness Programa 2 – Recorrer a Praise e Incentivos para Encorajar o Comportamento Cooperativo Programa 3 – Disciplina Positiva - Regras, Rotinas e Effective Limit Setting Programa 4 – Disciplina Positiva - Handling Misbehavior Materiais do Programa: • 9 DVD's (9 horas no total) que podem ser exibidos em 18 a 20 sessões de grupo semanais (2 horas cada) • comprehensive leader manual (consiste em mais de 800 páginas de quot;Comoquot;, incluindo questões leader para discussão, actividades para casa e interpretação de vídeos) • “notas “ semanais para pais quot;refrigerator notesquot; (breves pontos para lembrar durante a semana) • Pais take-home practice assignments para actividades para casa • Livro para pais intitulado de The Incredible Years: A Troubleshooting Guide for Parents (também disponível em CD áudio - 15 capítulo em 8 CD's) • refrigerator magnets • poster da piramide – a piramide mostra como o programa constroi inicialmente uma fundação positiva, enfatizando as competências para relações, antes mesmo de começar a discussão das estratégias de disciplina BASIC Visitas Domésticas na idade pré – escolar – manuais para Treinadores e Pais O Programa para pais de crianças em idade pé-escolar desenvolveu um modelo de treinador ao domicílio. Este modelo de interacção pai-treinador é uma opção para pais quenão podem estar presentes nos grupos parentais because of schedule conflicts ou se o programa de grupo não está disponível no memento necessário ao inicio da intervenção na família. O modelo pode ainda ser usado para pais que frequentam um grupo Incredible Years mas que precisam de treino adicional em casa com as suas crianças. Os pais que beneficiam destas visitas ao domicílio do treindor podem inserir- se nos seguintes contextos: • pais sinalizados ou com ordem de frequentar o Programa IY devido a abuso ou negligência das crianças
  4. 4. • pais que faltaram a algumas sessões de grupo IY por motivo de doença ou work schedules • pais que frequentam os grupos IY e que têm dificuldades em compreender e aplicar as técnicas parentais recomendadas com as suas crianças e/ou não cumpriram os home assignments • pais com developmental delays ou doença mental Estas visitas a casa podem ser feitas por quot;treinadores ao domicílioquot; que têm recebido treino autorizado nos conceitos e princípios do Incredible Years. Durante etas visitas a casa os treinadores ajudam os pais a praticar targeted estratégias parentais as quais têm tido dificuldade em implementar com as suas crianças. Os treindores podem ainda apresentar alguns videos adicionais additional video vignettes not covered nos gruppos, de forma a reforçar a sua aprendizagem. Adicionalmente aos protocolos para 10 áreas tópico topic areas, existem ainda mauais para pais relativos aos 4 tópicos centrais, para que os pais possam manter track of their goals para cada sessão, brainstorming decisions, values exercises, leituras e práticas com as suas crianças. (os Pais usam os manuais do programa Self-Administered)
  5. 5. Incredible Years Series Training Program News Sample Sessions - An Invaluable Tool for Group Leaders, Therapists and Teachers Preschool BASIC Parent Training Program - Group leaders/clinicians who have received the initial training workshop for the BASIC Parenting Program will find these tapes an invaluable resource for furthering their group leadership skills. These tapes can be used for self-study or viewed with other group leaders and used as a trigger for discussion of group leadership skills. View a video clip from a Parent Program sample session Child Dinosaur Small Group Sample Sessions for Group Leaders/Therapists - Group leaders will find this set of 7 2-hour group sessions covering each of the dinosaur session topics an invaluable resource for furthering their group leader skills. These videos can be used for self-study or viewed with other group leaders and used as trigger for discussion of group leadership skills. A detailed manual accompanies these DVDs. View video clips of the Dina Dinosaur Child Training Program (Small Group) sample sessions Child Dinosaur Classroom Sample Circle Time Lessons for Teachers - Group leaders will find this set of lessons covering each of the dinosaur session topics an invaluable resource for furthering their delivery of the dinosaur curriculum. These videos can be used for self-study or viewed with other teachers and used as trigger for discussion and sharing ideas. A detailed manual accompanies these DVDs. View a video clip of a Dinosaur Classroom Child Program sample session New Babies and Toddler Parent Training Programs!
  6. 6. The Incredible Years Parents and Babies and Toddlers programs support parents in specific ways by learning how to observe and read babies’ cues and signals and understanding babies as intelligent learners. And understanding how to use emotion coaching to build toddlers' emotional vocabulary and encourage their expression of feelings. Read more about these new programs New September 2007 - Updated and Fully Revised Programs for Children Ages 6-12 Years in DVD We have recently released the revised and updated new video vignettes (VHS and DVD) and leader’s manual for the School Age and Advance Programs. Programs have been expanded to include children ages 6-12 years. Vignettes include multi-cultural parents including Hispanic, African American, Asian and Caucasian mothers and fathers. Program Eight: Supporting Your Child’s Education (4 Parts) • Showing interest in school and homework • Coaching children’s math and spelling homework • Promoting reading skills • Motivating children who are discouraged • Setting up predictable after school homework routines Program Nine: Promoting Positive Behaviors in School Age Children (4 Parts). Topics include parents: • Building positive relationships with children through “special time” including parents participating in outside sports, cooking, reading, games and special projects with children • Using academic and persistence coaching to encourage children’s continued efforts with a difficult or frustrating task • Coaching children’s social and emotional self-regulation skills • Promoting positive sibling interactions and family teamwork • Understanding ways to promote children’s positive cultural identity • Involving other family members in helping children feel cared for Program Ten: Reducing Inappropriate Behaviors in School Age Children (4 Parts) • Monitoring and setting up after-school routines
  7. 7. • Establishing family rules, responsibilities and routines • Setting limits around computer and TV use • Being respectful and clear with limit setting • Practicing how to take a time out to calm down • Talking to children about drugs and alcohol • Monitoring children’s whereabouts • Imposing logical consequences for breaking household rules • Supporting children’s homework routine and school success New October 2007 Updated and Fully Revised Advance Programs in DVD • Family communication skills • Single parents problem solving and getting support • Learning strategies to cope with stress, anger and depression • Learning how to collaborate with teachers to help children succeed in school • Planning for successful parent-teacher conferences • Using 5 problem solving steps to develop children’s behavior plans • Parents teaching children to problem solve • Family problem solving meetings regarding household chores, morning and after school routines, homework, computer use, and drug use Coming March-April 2008 Updated and Fully Revised Preschool Programs 1-4 (ages 3-6 years) We have revised and updated VHS and DVD for the Basic Preschool Program. Vignettes include families representing multi-cultural groups including Hispanic, African American, Asian and Caucasian mothers and fathers. New topics include: • Social and emotional coaching • Academic and persistence coaching to promote school readiness skills • Understanding how to cope with children’s tantrums and defiance • Helping children learn emotional self-regulation
  8. 8. • Training children for cooperative behavior - in the grocery store, while on the telephone, dressing, or being out in public • Using child-directed approaches to promote learning in a variety of situations including- cooking together, setting and clearing the table, dish washing • Learning self-care hygiene routines including teeth brushing, flossing, bathing and hand washing routines • Establishing predictable routines including dressing in the mornings, getting ready for school, going to bed, doing homework, and handling separations and reunions • Promoting enjoyable family mealtimes and polite meal time manners • Fostering children’s responsible behavior • Building positive sibling interactions and family teamwork • Understanding ways to promote children’s positive cultural identity Involving other family members in helping children feel cared for Incredible Years Series Training Programs The Incredible Years: Parents, Teachers, and Children Training Series is a comprehensive set of curricula designed to promote social competence and prevent, reduce, and treat aggression and related conduct problems in babies, toddlers, young children, and school-aged children. The interventions that make up this series—parent training, teacher training, and child training programs are guided by developmental theory concerning the role of multiple interacting risk and protective factors (child, family, and school) in the development of conduct problem. To read more about each training program - click the menu choices at left.
  9. 9. View a graphic representation of the Incredible Years Programs (PDF) Incredible Years Series - Program Goals The Incredible Years Parents, Teachers, and Children Training Series has two long- range goals. The first goal is to provide cost-effective, early prevention programs that all families and teachers of young children can use to promote social, emotional, and academic competence and to prevent children from developing conduct problems. The second goal is to provide comprehensive interventions for teachers and parents that are targeted at treating and reducing the early onset of conduct problems in young children (ages two to eight years). The short-term goals of the series are to: 1. Strengthen children's social skills and appropriate play skills (turn taking, waiting, asking, sharing, helping, complimenting). 2. Promote children's use of self-control strategies such as effective problem solving steps 3. Increase emotional awareness by labeling feelings, recognizing the differing views of oneself and others and enhancing perspective taking. 4. Boost academic success, reading and school readiness. 5. Reduce defiance, aggressive behavior, and related conduct problems such as noncompliance, peer aggression and rejection, bullying, stealing and lying. 6. Decrease children's negative cognitive attributions and conflict management approaches. 7. Increase self-esteem and self-confidence. The long-term goals of these early prevention programs are to: 1. Reduce violence, drug abuse and delinquency in later years.
  10. 10. 2. These short- and long-term goals are accomplished by promoting parent, teacher and child competencies. Promote parent competencies and strengthen families: 1. Increase positive and nurturing parenting. 2. Reduce critical and violent discipline approaches by replacing spanking with positive strategies such as ignoring, using logical and natural consequences, redirecting, adequate monitoring, and problem-solving. 3. Improve parents' problem-solving skills, anger management, and communication skills. 4. Increase family support networks and school involvement. 5. Help parents and teachers work collaboratively to ensure consistency across settings. 6. Increase parents' involvement in children's academic-related activities at home. Promote teacher competencies and strengthen home-school connections: 1. Strengthen teachers' effective classroom management skills, including proactive teaching approaches. 2. Increase teachers' use of effective discipline strategies. 3. Increase teachers' collaborative efforts with parents and promotion of parents' school involvement. 4. Increase teachers' ability to teach social skills, anger management, and problem- solving skills in the classroom. 5. Decrease levels of classroom aggression. Targeted Risk and Protective Factors 1. Parenting Practices. Harsh or ineffective parenting skills (such as spanking), a lack of parental monitoring and nurturing relationship with children and low involvement in school-related activities are related to the development of children's aggressive behavior, poor social skills, and academic underachievement (which in themselves are important risk factors for the development of violence, delinquency, and substance abuse). Training in effective parenting can not only reduce violence and boost parents' self-confidence but also contribute to children's enhanced social competence, which will then in turn promote stronger bonding and relationships with parents (which are linked to positive child outcomes). 2. Teaching Practices. Harsh and critical teaching approaches, a poorly managed classroom and failure to collaborate with parents contribute to escalating classroom aggression, which, in turn facilitates the ongoing development of aggression, the child's poor attachment to the teacher and school, and eventual school dropout. Training in effective classroom management strategies and curriculum related to promoting emotional and social literacy can not only reduce aggression and rejection but also contribute to children's enhanced social competence and stronger school bonding. 3. Child Social Competence: Young children with poor social skills are more likely to be rejected by their peer group and to become lonely, isolated and unhappy. Over time this exclusion provides fewer and fewer socialization opportunities with other children which in turn contributes to their social and emotional lags. Eventually such children may develop friendships with other children who are isolated, depressed and aggressive and form deviant peer groups. Training children with poor social competence in skills such as how to play with other children, affective awareness, how to be friendly and talk to peers as well as in self-control and how to problem solve conflict situations can result in less aggressive responses, more
  11. 11. positive friendships and belonging to more prosocial groups (which in themselves are important protective factors). Targeted Outcome Variables Child Conduct Problems. Young children with high rates of aggressive behavior problems have been shown to be at greatest risk for continuing on the trajectory to deviant peer groups, school drop out, delinquency, substance abuse, and violence. Ultimately the aim of the teacher, parent and child training programs is to prevent and reduce the occurrence of aggressive and oppositional behavior, thus reducing the chance of developing later delinquent behaviors. Each of the programs in the Incredible Years Series seeks to alter the quality of relationships between parents and children, teachers and children, teachers and parents, group facilitators and parents, and children with their peers. Incredible Years Training Series Program Objectives Overview of the Incredible Years Training Programs. Clicking on a specific program will display a table detailing the content and objectives of each training program for that group. (These are PDF documents) Overview of the Incredible Years Parent, Teacher, and Child Training Programs The links below open pages within the full Objectives Table PDF that includes all Parent Programs. Sett ings Per son Targ Trai eted Interventions Skills Targeted ned Incredible Years Par Babies & Toddlers ent Hom Program e
  12. 12. Program Name: Parenting Skills - Baby Babies & Toddlers • Getting to know your baby Program (Ages 0-3) • Understanding how babies learn • Providing physical, tactile & visual Babies Content & stimulation Objectives • Understanding how to help babies feel loved & secure • Learning how to talk & play with babies Toddler Content & • Understanding baby development Objectives • Learning how to keep babies safe • Parents developing support systems Parenting Skills - Toddler • Child-directed play skills • Descriptive commentary, social & emotional coaching • Praise & encouragement • Establishing clear & predictable routines & adequate monitoring • Setting developmentally appropriate limits • Using distractions, redirections & ignore effectively Incredible Years Par BASIC Parent ent Hom Training Programs (Programs 1-4) e Program Name: Early Parenting Skills - Preschool Childhood BASIC • Child directed play skills Program (Ages 3-6) • Academic persistence • Social & emotional coaching Early Childhood • Praise & incentives to Content & Objectives encourage cooperative behavior • Establishing rules, predictable routines & promoting responsibility • Setting clear respectful limits-following through • Learning how to manage misbehavior • Helping children learn to calm down & self-regulate • Teaching children time out • Teaching children beginning problem solving steps Program Name: Parenting Skills - School Age School Age BASIC • Parents' special time with children Program (Ages 6-12) • Academic, persistence, emotional & social (Programs 9,10) coaching • Using praise incentives effectively School-Age Content • Household rules, routines & & Objectives responsibilities • Monitoring children & whereabouts • Use of ignore & consequences • Using time out for destructive behavior & extreme oppositional behavior • Imposing logical & natural consequences Program Name: Academic Skills Supporting Your • Academic stimulation
  13. 13. Child's Education • Learning routine after school Program • Homework support • Reading Content & • Limit setting Objectives • Involvement at school • Teacher conferences Incredible Years Par ADVANCE Parent ent Training Programs Hom (Programs 5-7) e, Wor k, Com mun ity, Sch ool Program Name: Interpersonal skills ADVANCE Parent • Problem Solving Training Program • Anger management (Ages 4-12) • Communication • Depression control ADVANCE Content • Giving and getting support & Objectives Incredible Years Tea Hom Teacher Training che Programs r e, Sch ool Classroom management skills • Promoting parent involvement Program Name: • Proactive teaching strategies Teacher Classroom • Effective praise & incentive systems Management • Managing misbehavior Content & • Promoting social skills & Objectives Problem solving Program Name: Dina Social skills Dinosaur Social Skills • Sharing and Problem-Solving • Helping Curriculum • Waiting, taking turns • Teamwork, cooperation Content & Objectives Self-Regulation Skills • Anger management *Curriculum available • Calm-down strategies for prevention • Problem-solving (classroom) or small • Waiting group treatment Classroom Behavior
  14. 14. • Quiet hand up • Compliance • Listening • Stop-look-think-check • Concentrating Download Complete Treatment Objectives (7 Tables)

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