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Positive parenting and building respect. Claire Halsey Consultant Clinical Psychologist North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust www.firststepsstoke.co.uk www.triplep.net. What’s the problem?.

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positive parenting and building respect

Positive parenting and building respect

Claire Halsey

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust

www.firststepsstoke.co.uk

www.triplep.net

what s the problem
What’s the problem?
  • The Public say that low level crime, anti social behaviour and disrespect are big concerns.
  • Anti social behaviour is expensive – emotionally and financially at £3.4 billion a year.
  • We can predict those children who are likely to go on to engage in crime and anti social behaviour.
  • We know how to do something about it.
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Good parenting is the key
  • Foundations for children’s social and emotional skills and relationships are laid in the early years
  • Parents teach by example a child’s values, skills and behaviours
  • Parenting practices influence whether children:
    • develop confidence
    • reach their potential
    • get on well with others
longer term consequences of not intervening early
Longer term consequences of not intervening early
  • Poor relationships with others (few friends, failed love relationships)
  • Low resilience
  • Poor qualifications and work history
  • Low frustration tolerance
  • Easily upset and see “threat” everywhere
  • Greater involvement in antisocial behaviour and drug misuse
  • Families who feel let down, upset, angry or powerless.
can you teach good parenting

Can you teach good parenting?

An example Program

The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program

long term change after triple p
Long term change after Triple P

All have moved from the clinical to normal range

getting more parents involved who
Getting more parents involved - who?

A The worried well B Easy to reach

C Do not approach for a service and have no need for a service

D “Hard to reach / Left out”, those who need, but do not wish to access a service.

(from Eisenstadt 2002)

getting more parents involved how
Getting more parents involved - how?
  • Be inclusive, normalize and destigmatize parenting programs
  • Use multiple access points and delivery modalities (not just parenting groups)
  • Listen to what parents say they want
trying harder to make parenting support accessible
Trying harder to make parenting support accessible
  • Reminder letters  23%
  • Text message alerts
  • Reminder telephone calls  22%
  • Contracting with the client a formal agreement to attend 14%
  • Orientation video 34%
  • Transport to services ~ an offer to help sort out logistics
  • 22%
  • Active problem solving  17%
  • Local venues, home visiting and out of hours services.
key messages
Key messages

A successful parenting program needs to :

  • Be chosen from those that really work.
  • Be delivered by well trained, skilled staff who have ongoing support.
  • Use engagement strategies and enforcement if needed.
  • Have good links to universal services who are not afraid to refer.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Parenting interventions are amongst the most powerful and cost effective interventions available
  • Good parenting should be the centre piece of efforts to improve developmental outcomes for children
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