Child Abuse Prevention Month: Preventing Child Maltreatment through Parent Training available to view
During the month of April, Child Abuse Prevention Month, CPCM is opening access to view 2022 Community Response to Child Abuse Conference Sessions! This is an opportunity for those who were unable to attend the conference to access these valuable training sessions.
Preventing Child Maltreatment through Parent Training
This session is available to view online April 17-22.
Common parenting patterns of parents who physically abuse their children will be discussed, which include inconsistent responses to their child’s behavior, developmentally-inappropriate expectations of the child, ineffective strategies at managing their child’s behaviors, and escalating emotional reactions to the child. Pathways from parental frustration to abusive behaviors will be explained. The audience will learn specific strategies that can be taught to parents to reduce the likelihood of physical abuse and to strengthen the parent-child relationship. An evidence-based parent-training intervention, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, will be described.
To view additional sessions from the 2022 Community Response to Child Abuse Conference, register for access to the on-demand portal. Learn more at SDCPCM.com