The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program

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This intervention is a cultural adaption of the Triple P parenting program for Indigenous people in Queensland Australia. The Triple P program is a prevention based program aimed at teaching parents effective parenting strategies and fostering productive caring relationships between children and parents. The program is delivered over 8 sessions through a combination of group and individual home based sessions. This cultural adaptation has demonstrated success in reducing problem child behaviour and reducing reliance on dysfunctional parenting strategies among parents.

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