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ODD treatments - Intervention Some medications Parent...

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Intervention Some medications Parent Training Individual Cognitive problem solving Family therapy
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Treatment Parent training Key features: Identify and reward positive behaviors Punish inappropriate behaviors Consequences to good and bad behaviors
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Parent Training Parent Management Training (PMT) Incredible Years Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) For children 2.5 -7 years exhibiting behavioral problems Difficulty in daycare, preschool, and/or school Aggression toward parents, siblings, and/or other children Sassing back to their parents Refusing to follow directions Frequent temper tantrums Swearing Defiance
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PCIT Course of Tx Teach session CDI 4-5 (criteria) Mid assessment PDI teach PDI 5-6 Assessments Follow-up
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PCIT: Two Phases CDI: Child-Directed Interaction Relationship-Enhancement Phase Child chooses what to play Parent follows his/her lead and does not question or criticize child PDI: Parent-Directed Interaction Discipline phase Teaches effective commands Time-out
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