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This discussion paper is about evidence-based family skills training and parenting programmes that work. Psychologists have been responsible for their development and their rigorously evaluated outcomes. The beneficiaries are the children and parents of our society. These programmes are a vital resource for governments. They should be made available as widely as possible to all parents.
Naomi Eisenstadt CB
- Vision and purpose
- The socio-political context
- Principle 1. Access: Recruitment and retention
- Principle 2. Cultural sensitivity: Programme adaptation through co-production with parents
- Principle 3. Building social capital: Social support for knowledge and skills transfer
- Principle 4. Sustainability: Creating long-lasting ownership and commitment
- A framework for ensuring that evidence-based parenting programmes are socially inclusive
- Next steps
Appendix 1: The 2011 survey
Appendix 2: Metric for auditing socially inclusive practice