‘Practitioner Review: A core competencies perspective on the evidence-based treatment of child conduct problems’
Open Access paper from the JCPP
The effective treatment of child conduct problems is understood to rely on a range of therapist competencies, yet these have rarely been an explicit focus of research. In this practitioner review, we examine core competencies for the delivery of evidence-based parenting interventions for conduct problems in early-to-middle childhood. These are examined in light of research into the common elements shared by these interventions, literature regarding common challenges in these interventions, and conceptualisations of such competencies in other fields of mental health.
Authors: Jessica M. Barker, David J. Hawes
First published: 23 August 2023
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