In this paper, we compare parents who take a Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) parent class to parents who are on a waitlist. Parents learning CPS reported significant improvements on their child's learning targets and conflict, and changes were sustained six months later. Children’s behavior improved significantly in the treatment group by the six-month follow-up. These findings support CPS parent groups as an economical and effective approach for parents of children with behavioral difficulties.
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