Improving family functioning and child outcomes in families with a multitude of problems – such as parental substance misuse, mental health problems, and parental childhood maltreatment - is essential to change an intergenerational pattern of adversity. The Parents Under Pressure (PuP) program was developed specifically for families facing multiple adversities. The two central tenets of the PuP program are focused on parental emotional regulation and the enhancement of safe and nurturing caregiving relationships within the family.
This webinar provides an overview of the underlying PuP program logic, introduces the construct of case conceptualization to develop individualised therapeutic family support plans and provides a brief overview of research evidence supporting the PuP program and the underlying therapeutic mechanism of change.
Intended audience: Government professionals and policy makers involved in parenting or drug and alcohol programs, practitioners involved in statutory child protection and/or who work in family support.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Professor Sharon Dawe, BA MA (Hons) PhD, is a clinical psychologist and academic. Her clinical work focuses on supporting the development of young children and toddlers by supporting parents and carers to provide a safe and nurturing environment. She is the co-developer of the Parents Under Pressure program (www.pupprogram.net.au), designed for complex families that includes parental substance misuse.
Jenny Carpenter, BA (Oxon) MSW, is a social worker with extensive experience in provision of family support to families with parental substance misuse. She has been training practitioners in the PuP program for over 10 years.
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