Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT), grounded in the attitudes and principles of Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT), is based on the belief that a parent acting as an agent for change in place of a play therapist has potential for significant and lasting therapeutic gains. This newly expanded and revised edition of Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) describes training objectives, essential skills and concepts taught in each session, as well as the format for supervising parents' play sessions. Transcripts of actual sessions demonstrate process and content in the 10 CPRT training sessions. Research demonstrating the effectiveness of CPRT on child and parent outcomes is presented in support of CPRT's designation as an evidence-based treatment model.
This second edition is updated to include six new chapters exploring the topics of cultural considerations for working with ethnically and racially diverse families, neuroscience support for CPRT, and adaptions for specific populations including parents of toddlers, parents of preadolescents, adoptive families, and the teacher/student relationship. The authors' expertise and experience results in a book that is essential reading for both students and professionals. By using this text and the accompanying treatment manual, filial therapists will have a complete package for training parents in the CPRT model.
Garry L. Landreth
, Sue C. Bratton
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2nd New edition
06 September 2019
Preface Acknowledgments Contributing Authors 1 History, Development, and Objectives of Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model 2 Neuroscience and CPRT Raissa M. Miller 3 Unique Features of CPRT 4 Training and Supervision of CPRT Filial Therapists 5 Critical Components in Facilitating the Process of CPRT 6 CPRT Skills, Concepts, and Attitudes to Be Taught 7 The 10-Session CPRT Training Process 8 CPRT Training Session 1: Training Objectives and Reflective Responding 9 CPRT Training Session 2: Basic Principles for Play Sessions 10 CPRT Training Session 3: Parent-Child Play Session Skills and Procedures 11 CPRT Training Session 4: Supervision Format and Limit Setting 12 CPRT Training Session 5: Play Session Skills Review 13 CPRT Training Session 6: Supervision and Choice Giving 14 CPRT Training Session 7: Supervision and Self-Esteem-Building Responses 15 CPRT Training Session 8: Supervision and Encouragement vs. Praise 16 CPRT Training Session 9: Supervision and Generalizing Skills 17 CPRT Training Session 10: Evaluation and Summing Up 18 Adapting CPRT for Parents of Toddlers Mary Morrison Bennett and Kara Carnes-Holt 19 Adapting CPRT for Parents of Preadolescents Peggy L. Ceballos, Kristin Meany-Walen, and Kara Carnes-Holt 20 Adapting CPRT for Adoptive Families Kara Carnes-Holt and Kristie Opiola 21 Adapting CPRT for Teachers Mary Morrison Bennett and Wendy Pretz Helker 22 Culturally Responsive CPRT Angela I. Sheely-Moore, Peggy L. Ceballos, Yung-Wei Lin, and Yumiko Ogawa
Garry L. Landreth, EdD, LPC, RPT-S, is regents professor emeritus, department of counseling and higher education, and founder and director emeritus, Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas. Sue C. Bratton, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S, is professor emerita, department of counseling and higher education, and director emerita, Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas.
Reviews for Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT): An Evidence-Based 10-Session Filial Therapy Model
This a true second edition, with six new chapters! The applications for working with toddlers and tweens are specific, detailed, and wonderful. The discussion of how neuroscience aligns with CPRT is insightful. An exploration of CPRT research, along with the evidenced-based designation, adds informative value. Other adds for using CPRT with adoptive families, teachers, and discussion of cultural issues round out the core chapters for the 10-session model! It is a treat to read and experience! Linda E. Homeyer, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S, professor emerita at Texas State University and director emerita at the Association for Play Therapy CPRT has been empirically demonstrated to improve child-parent relationships and child behaviors. This protocol for therapists provides the essentials needed to implement the program successfully. The notebook for parents expands on the principles, allowing parents to apply them to home situations. These resources enable users to experience the full value of CPRT. Louise Guerney, PhD, RPT-S, professor emeritus at Penn State University and co-developer of Filial Therapy and faculty member of the National Institute of Relationship Enhancement (NIRE)