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Family harmony and relationships: A fresh look at Parent Effectiveness Training. Christine Wood University of Tasmania. Background. The changing family environment Origins of PET Active Listening Appropriate Assertiveness Conflict Resolution. Aims.

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Family harmony and

relationships: A fresh look

at Parent Effectiveness Training

Christine Wood

University of Tasmania


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Background

The changing family environment

Origins of PET

Active Listening

Appropriate Assertiveness

Conflict Resolution


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Aims

  • To categorise the self-constructed issues which parents find problematic in childrearing

  • To compare management and relationship issues

  • To identify qualitative changes in parents’ interaction following PET


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Method

Participants

  • 151 PET parents enrolled in courses in 6 states of Australia

  • 81 control parents recruited by 42 PET instructors

Materials

  • Parent-Child Response Sheet

  • Issues of Parental Concern

  • PET Workbooks (US and Australian versions)

Procedure

  • All PET courses were taught in the standard 8-week format

  • Responses were collected at Pretest and Posttest for both groups


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Behaviour Management...

Frequencies and Percentages of Experimental and Control

Parents’ (n=232) Child Management Issues Reported at Pretest


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Behaviour Management...

Frequencies and Percentages of Experimental and Control

Parents’ (n=232) Child Management Issues Reported at Pretest

Continued...


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Behaviour Management...

Frequencies and Percentages of Experimental and Control

Parents’ (n=232) Child Management Issues Reported at Pretest

Continued...


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Relationships...

Frequencies and Percentages of Experimental and Control

Parents’ (n=232) Relationship Issues Reported at Pretest


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Parental Self-Management...

Frequencies and percentages of Experimental and Control Parents’

(n=232) Self-Management Issues

Reported at Pretest.


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Active Listening Responses

“I don’t know why the kids at school don’t like me.

I try ever so hard to make friends but they all tease me

and make fun of me. I s’pose

it’s because I’m not pretty. I wish I wasn’t me.”


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Assertiveness Without Antagonism

What would you say if you were the parent in this situation?

You are backing the car and you nearly hit your

12 yr.old son’s bike, which is left on its side right in the way.


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Conflict Resolution Responses

“It’s not fair. Peter always changes the channel when I’m watching TV

and he doesn’t ever change it for me when he’s watching and now

Dad wants his program on and I can’t watch at all!”


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Discussion

  • Comparison to the Child Behaviour Checklist

  • Comparison to the Australian Temperament Project

  • Qualitative improvements on the three skills

  • Changes in Behaviour and Changes in Relationship


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