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Positive Parenting Is Key to Preventing Child Maltreatment

Published: April 29, 2009
Monitoring, Research
Child Abuse & Neglect
FEDIAWG, Webinar, Work Group

This is a historical document. Use for research and reference purposes only.

Positive parenting is a crucial part of preventing child maltreatment and child abuse and neglect. Two successful strategies, the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program system of interventions and the Circle of Parents Mutual Self-Help Parent Support Group, are described in this webinar: their structures, guiding principles, implementations, funding, training, evaluations, findings, and other aspects.

Presenters: Cheri Shapiro, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor and Project Director of Building Connections at the University of South Carolina; Christie Ferris, Director of Prevent Child Abuse Florida at the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida in Tallahassee; and Mary Kay Falconer, Ph.D., Senior Evaluator at the Ounce of Prevention Fund in Florida

View Webinar (WMV - 86 MB)