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Group PCIT in a Community-Based Setting. Elizabeth V. Brestan, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Auburn University. “Flexibility within fidelity” (Kendall, 2001). “Transportability research” Schoenwald & Hoagwood (2001) True practice setting Wide range of client conditions

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group pcit in a community based setting

Group PCIT in a Community-Based Setting

Elizabeth V. Brestan, Ph.D.

Department of Psychology

Auburn University

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“Transportability research”
      • Schoenwald & Hoagwood (2001)
    • True practice setting
    • Wide range of client conditions
    • Contrived laboratory setting
    • Heavily supervised graduate therapists
slide5
Anna Barganier

Jeshmin Bhaju

Jasmine Bledsoe

Christina Bock

Shalonda Brooks

Sara Burger

Gina Carelton

Krystal Carr

Yolanda Carter

Lauren Clarke

Courtney Cook

Natalie Cowles

Jaclyn Cremisi

Ashley Dean

Ryan Denney

Pam Dolbear

Amy Dowdey

Lindsay Dowling

Lindsay Fanning

Bill Ferguson

Brian Findley

Daron Flory

Julie Folk

  • Melanie Gaskin
  • Robert Haberstroh Rachel Harris
  • Tasha Heard
  • Jessica Hettche Elizabeth Hill
  • Christina James
  • Erica Jones
  • Marla Jones
  • Lori Klinger
  • Meena Lambha
  • Whitney Law
  • Amy Lee
  • Ember Lee
  • Theresa Lee
  • Heather Lewis
  • Lori Lipham
  • Ben Loper
  • Miranda Loper
  • Alicia Luscomb Stevie McClain
  • Beth McCraken Haily Owen
  • Daniel Painter
  • Jessica Pearson Cassidy Pickard
  • Deana Porter
  • Lori Ridgeway
  • Tanzania Ruffin
  • Christie Salamone
  • Suzanne Sawyer
  • Alice Shillingsburg
  • Betsy Sorrell
  • Jamie Spidle
  • Karyn Stahl
  • Melissa Sylvester
  • Ginger Totherow
  • Kyle Vick
  • Elizabeth White
funding sources
Funding Sources
  • State of Alabama
    • Alabama Department of Economic and Consumer Affairs Grant
  • Auburn University
    • AU Outreach Research Scholarship Grant
    • AU Concessions Board Grant
  • City of Opelika, Alabama
  • United Way of Lee County
  • City of Auburn Rotary Club
  • Wal-Mart
  • Donations from Local Businesses
  • In-kind donations from Lee County Junior League
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Child Advocacy Center of East Alabama
    • Located in Opelika, Alabama
    • Emilyn Gipson, Director
pcit protocol
Traditional PCIT

Individual family

Performance based

8 – 27 sessions

Time-out room

Medical center clinic

ODD/ADHD/CD

Group PCIT

Multiple families

Time limited

12 sessions

Holding chair

CAC

ANYONE WE COULD GET OUR HANDS ON

Extras (Dinner, Taxi, Child care)

PCIT Protocol
ecbi for completers n 17
ECBI for Completers (n = 17 )

*Denotes p = .01

**Denotes p = .000

top 10 things you need
Top 10 Things You Need
  • Number 10
    • Referrals!
    • At least 3 families – but no more than 7 parents
    • Limited number of CPS families
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Number 9
    • Transportation for the families
    • Quick Taxi
      • Not really a taxi; Not very quick
slide28
Number 8
    • A Catering Service
    • Starving therapists and supervisors have to eat, too
slide29
Number 7
    • A place to have your group
    • Preferably, without breakables
slide30
Number 6
    • Intimidating undergraduate assistants
slide31
Number 5
    • Good prizes
      • For kids…and for parents
slide34
Number 4
    • Caffeine
slide35
Number 3
    • Funding
    • “We may be cheap but we have class”
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Number 2
    • A Ringer
slide37
Number 1
    • Lots of great help !!!!!
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Thank You!

Elizabeth Brestan

brestev@auburn.edu