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Triple P is a parenting intervention with the main goals of increasing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents and reducing the prevalence of mental health, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents. The program was originally specifically tailored for at risk children and parents, but there are now different levels of Triple P designed to work together as a broad, universal, public health approach. This program is based on principles of community psychology.

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  • Triple P (engl. für Dreifaches P von Positive Parenting Program) ist ein auf verhaltenstherapeutischer sowie klinisch-psychologischer Grundlage aufbauendes Erziehungsprogramm. Es wurde von und seiner Arbeitsgruppe an der University of Queensland in den 1980er Jahren entwickelt, um Eltern bei der Erziehung ihrer Kinder zu helfen. (de)
  • Triple P is a parenting intervention with the main goals of increasing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents and reducing the prevalence of mental health, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents. The program was originally specifically tailored for at risk children and parents, but there are now different levels of Triple P designed to work together as a broad, universal, public health approach. This program is based on principles of community psychology. (en)
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  • Triple P (engl. für Dreifaches P von Positive Parenting Program) ist ein auf verhaltenstherapeutischer sowie klinisch-psychologischer Grundlage aufbauendes Erziehungsprogramm. Es wurde von und seiner Arbeitsgruppe an der University of Queensland in den 1980er Jahren entwickelt, um Eltern bei der Erziehung ihrer Kinder zu helfen. (de)
  • Triple P is a parenting intervention with the main goals of increasing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents and reducing the prevalence of mental health, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents. The program was originally specifically tailored for at risk children and parents, but there are now different levels of Triple P designed to work together as a broad, universal, public health approach. This program is based on principles of community psychology. (en)
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  • Triple P (de)
  • Triple P (parenting program) (en)
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