GenerationPMTO

GenerationPMTO

Implementation Sciences International, Inc. (ISII)

Implementation Sciences International, Inc. (ISII)

Program Type

Treatment/Services

Cost

Yes, $1001 or more

Evidence Type

Community-defined Evidence, Empirically Defined Evidence

Strategy

Teach coping and problem-solving skills

Program or Intervention Summary

GenerationPMTO¬†was formerly known as Parent Management Training – the Oregon Model (PMTO¬ģ).¬†GenerationPMTO is a parent training intervention that can be used in family contexts including two biological parents, single-parent, re-partnered, grandparent-led, reunification, adoptive parents, and other primary caregivers. This behavioral family systems intervention can be used as a preventative program and a treatment program. It can be delivered through individual family treatment in agencies or home-based and via telephone/video conference delivery, books, audiotapes and video recordings.

GenerationPMTO interventions have been tailored for specific child/youth clinical problems, such as externalizing and internalizing problems, school problems, antisocial behavior, conduct problems, deviant peer association, theft, delinquency, substance abuse, and child neglect and abuse.

Program or Intervention Summary

GenerationPMTO¬†was formerly known as Parent Management Training – the Oregon Model (PMTO¬ģ).¬†GenerationPMTO is a parent training intervention that can be used in family contexts including two biological parents, single-parent, re-partnered, grandparent-led, reunification, adoptive parents, and other primary caregivers. This behavioral family systems intervention can be used as a preventative program and a treatment program. It can be delivered through individual family treatment in agencies or home-based and via telephone/video conference delivery, books, audiotapes and video recordings.

GenerationPMTO interventions have been tailored for specific child/youth clinical problems, such as externalizing and internalizing problems, school problems, antisocial behavior, conduct problems, deviant peer association, theft, delinquency, substance abuse, and child neglect and abuse.

Type Treatment/Services
Setting Online, Home, Community, Mental health facility, Social Services or Public Health
People Children (5 to 11 years), Adolescents (12 to 17 years), Young Adults (18 to 25 years), Mature Adults (26 to 64 years), White, Hispanic or Latino, Immigrants, Low income, Other
Prevention Level Prevention, Treatment Care
Languages English, Spanish, Other
Study Method Quantitative
Implementer Requirement Mental health providers
Training Requirement Yes
Delivery Options In person, Virtual
Topics Reduce risk factors, Promote protective factors

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