Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is an empirically validated and clinically proven therapy with children displaying disruptive behavior.  PCIT has been designated by the National Institute of Mental Health, the prestigious Kaufman Report on Child Welfare, and by many national research universities such as the University of California at Davis, the University of Florida,  and the University of Oklahoma as being one of the most effective methods today of working with children displaying behavior problems.

Click the following link to view a reference list of studies depicting the effectiveness of this therapy with children.

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