Parents play a key role in kids’ behaviour therapy

A new study from the journal Pediatrics, reported in Reuters, has found that when parents participate in therapy for their children with disruptive behaviour disorders, the kids show more improvement than when their parents are not involved in sessions.  It certainly makes sense.  Not only do disruptive behaviours often begin at home, but the parent-child interaction can be a part of them.  When both are involved in the therapy process, both learn new ways of interacting, but how often does this happen?


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