Parent, child therapy aims to improve military family relationships
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HONOLULU - Researchers and providers from the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services, School Behavioral Health Team and Child and Adolescent Psychology Services, Tripler Army Medical Center, have implemented a therapy called Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, which has been shown to effectively reduce behavior problems in young children, improve the parent-child relationship, and reduce parenting stress and depression.
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