The Impact of Child-Parent Relationship Therapy on Attachment Between Parent and Child Following Military Deployment
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) in improving attachment between eight post deployed military parents and their children, and to provide military parents with skills to strengthen the parent-child relationship through the use of CPRT. Single case, multiple baseline design across behaviors (Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968, 1987; Wolf, 1978) was employed to examine the impact of CPRT on attachment by measuring attachment using Caregiver Child Social/Emotional and Relationship Rating Scale, The Child Observation Checklist, and the Parenting Relationship Questionnaire. Improvement of parents??? skills was examined through a multiple baseline design using the Play Session Skills Checklist and the Therapy Attitude Inventory. The significant results indicated CPRT as a highly effective intervention for post deployed military families to improve attachment between parent and child and strengthen parenting skills in the parent-child relationship.
Counseling | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Vivona, Genna P., "The Impact of Child-Parent Relationship Therapy on Attachment Between Parent and Child Following Military Deployment" (2015). Electronic Theses & Dissertations. 711.