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Announcement about the E in PRIDE

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 16, 2011

The E in PRIDE After many discussions with PCIT groups nation-wide and internationally, PCIT International has changed the E in PRIDE to “Enjoyment.” We agree that “enjoyment” fits more closely with how we (re-)define “enthusiasm” for parents during CDI Teach. We like not having all those caveats!  

Clinical Q & A

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: February 15, 2012

Clinical FAQs are listed here and linked to respective PCIT blog posts:   Priority Order vs. Decision Rules Tough Time Out Situations Importance of a Time Out Room What To Do with a Negative Tone of Voice, Condescending Praises High Expectations and Nattering How to Handle Elimination During Time Out…

December PCIT Didactic Training at the Child Mind Institute

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: September 13, 2012

The Child Mind Institute invites you to participate in their 5 day PCIT Didactic Training, December 3-7 2012! The CMI PCIT Initial Didactic Training workshops are held over five days in New York, NY at 445 Park Avenue. The workshops are designed for child therapists and treatment researchers at the…

PCIT Training workshop in Gainesville, FL. January 2011

Relevance: 35%      Posted on: December 8, 2010

Dear PCITers (or any therapist who would like to become a PCIT therapist!),  We have a new PCIT training opportunity to announce! Registration is open for a 5-day PCIT Training Workshop that will be held Jan. 24-28, 2011 in Gainesville, FL., and is designed for child therapists and treatment researchers…

Suggestions for Increasing Reflections

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: August 30, 2010

This is a great case, demonstrating the complexities of the “therapy” part of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. As is always a good practice in PCIT, we would like to use the “feedback sandwich” to respond to this question (i.e., a layer of labeled praise, a layer of positively-stated suggestions for making…

Suggestions for Increasing Reflections

Relevance: 31%      Posted on: August 30, 2010

Here is Part one of Cheryl and Jennifer's response... Response by Cheryl B. McNeil and Jennifer Tiano, West Virginia University This is a great case, demonstrating the complexities of the “therapy” part of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.   As is always a good practice in PCIT, we would like to use the…

Clinician’s Corner – Final Installment

Relevance: 28%      Posted on: September 3, 2010

High Expectations and Nattering  Today we have the last installment of Cheryl and Jennifer's Clinician's Corner. Do you have a clinical question to pose to our PCIT experts?  Just send me an email or leave a comment on this blog and I will post something related to your question. For those…

Register today for the May 2014 Southern California Regional PCIT Coaches Workshop!

Relevance: 26%      Posted on: March 27, 2014

Emma Girard and the team at the Riverside County Department of Mental Health will be hosting a Southern California Regional PCIT Coaches Workshop on Thursday, May 29th, 2014.  Dr. Cheryl McNeil and other talented presenters will help attendees improve coaching skills for CDI & PDI, discuss difficult issues related to PDI,…

PCIT Workshop at Auburn University, May 2011

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: April 25, 2011

Dear PCITers (or any therapist who would like to become a PCIT therapist!), We have a new PCIT training opportunity to announce! Registration is open for a 5-day PCIT Training Workshop that will be held May 18-20, 2011 (three days) and June 23-June 24 (two days) in Auburn, AL. The workshop will…

New Positions Available at the Child Mind Institute

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: March 22, 2013

The Child Mind Institute has job openings for an ADHD Clinical Psychologist, as well as a Training Director/Clinical Psychologist. See detailed description below for more information!   Organizational Summary The Child Mind Institute (CMI) is dedicated to transforming mental health care for children everywhere. We are committed to finding more…


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