MSCS – The Incredible Years® Webinar with Dr Carolyn Webster-Stratton
Date: 14 Jul 2022, Thursday
Time: 9am – 10am
Platform: MSCS Zoom Webinar
Join us for a FREE webinar on The Incredible Years® (IY) Series with the founder and developer of the programme herself Dr Carolyn Webster-Stratton!
The Incredible Years® is a series of evidence-based programs for parents, teachers and children with over 30 years of research worldwide. The program is designed to promote social-emotional competence and to prevent, reduce and treat aggression and emotional problems in young children 0 to 12 years old. The child treatment programs are suitable for children diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and ADHD.
In the webinar, Dr Carolyn Webster-Stratton will cover:
- The goals, methods, processes and implementation of evidence-based The Incredible Years® Parent and Child Programs
- How the IY Parent and Teacher Programs for young children on the Autism spectrum were adapted from IY Basic Parent Preschool and School Age Program
- Video vignettes examples from IY Child Dinosaur Small Group Treatment Program to demonstrate how these are used to promote parent and teacher collaborations, problem solving and developmentally appropriate practices
- The fidelity, delivery and adaptability of IY Programmes in line with your needs
Carolyn Webster-Stratton, MSN, MPH, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington School of Nursing and Developer of The Incredible Years® Series. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and paediatric nurse practitioner. Dr. Webster-Stratton is a leading expert on training parents and teachers in child behaviour management skills as well as training clinicians in curriculum for helping children develop social and emotional skills, problem solving, and school readiness. She has published books for teachers, therapists, parents and children as well as numerous randomized control group studies evaluating The Incredible Years programs. She has over 30 years of clinical and research experience in helping families and teachers who have young children with behavior problems, Attention Deficit Disorder, and developmental delays.