Evidence of cultural acceptability in research trials is one thing. But a video produced by a local authority in the United Kingdom which is delivering Triple P Seminars, Triple P Discussion Groups and Group Triple to parents is a convincing argument for the way the program can help parents across all sections of the […]
These posts are written by various staff members at the Parenting and Family Support Centre, University of Queensland for the Triple P blog.
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A meta-analysis published in the journal Paediatrics has identified the critical role that parents play in interventions aimed at helping children with disruptive behaviour problems and suggests policy makers should take note. US researchers led by Dr Richard Epstein found that parenting interventions work better either on their own or in combination with other interventions […]
A New Zealand boys high school famous for its connection to the mighty All Blacks has recognised The University of Queensland’s Professor Matt Sanders among its first distinguished alumni. Professor Sanders is the founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, a Professor of Clinical Psychology and director of UQ’s Parenting and Family Support […]
A large media contingent was present for the official launch of the Queensland Government and Triple P International’s Queensland-wide roll-out of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program at Broncos Leagues Club last Wednesday. Triple P founder and director of the University of Queensland’s Parenting and Family Support Centre, Professor Matt Sanders, pictured above with Queensland Government Communities Minister, […]
An unusual collaboration is looking at whether a solution that has already helped millions around the world can be adapted and integrated to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems. University of Queensland researchers across the behavioural sciences, engineering, business and marine environmental management are working together with researchers from the newly formed Triple P […]
New research into a modified version of Group Triple P in New Zealand could be a game changer when it comes to encouraging fathers to participate in a parenting program. A randomised controlled trial of a version of Group Triple P for fathers in New Zealand has shown that when men are treated as active […]
Feedback from both practitioners and parents at a recent West Australian Triple P parenting and professional development seminar has been overwhelmingly positive, organisers say. The professional development forum, organised by the WA Department of Health, Department of Education and Department of Local Government and Communities Department, was also attended by the acting Commissioner for Children […]
A new research initiative at The University of Queensland, the Triple P Innovation Precinct, has announced four scholarship positions. The TPIP is an activity of the Parenting and Family Support Centre, led by Professor Matt Sanders, the founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program. The TPIP will explore how Triple P can be […]
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