The materials below were reviewed for Readiness for Dissemination. The implementation
point of contact can provide information regarding implementation of the intervention
and the availability of additional, updated, or new materials.
CPC-CBT implementation materials:
- Clinician handouts
- CPC-CBT Fidelity Checklist
- CPC-CBT Readiness Guide
- CPC-CBT Training Brochure
- CPC-CBT Training Metrics
- Runyon, M. K., & Deblinger, E. (2004). Combined Parent-Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A group session-by-session guide for co-facilitators (parent and child versions). Stratford, NJ: Child Abuse Research Education and Service Institute.
- Runyon, M. K., & Deblinger, E. (2004). Combined Parent-Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A session-by-session guide for clinicians (parent and child versions). Stratford, NJ: Child Abuse Research Education and Service Institute.
- Runyon, M. K., & Deblinger, E. (2010). How to implement Combined Parent-Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Stratford, NJ: Child Abuse Research Education and Service Institute.
- Skills and parenting information sheets
CPC-CBT Learning Collaborative materials:
- CPC-CBT Learning Collaborative Application
- CPC-CBT Learning Collaborative Change Package
- CPC-CBT Learning Collaborative Pre-work
- CPC-CBT Training Exercises for Learning Sessions I, II, and III
- Sample materials for consultation calls following Learning Sessions I, II, and III
- Sample materials from the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress Guidelines for Conducting a Learning Collaborative: November 2008
Program Web site, http://www.caresinstitute.org/services_parent-child.php
Readiness for Dissemination Ratings by Criteria (0.0-4.0 scale)
External reviewers independently evaluate the intervention's Readiness for Dissemination
using three criteria:
- Availability of implementation materials
- Availability of training and support resources
- Availability of quality assurance procedures
For more information about these criteria and the meaning of the ratings, see Readiness for Dissemination.
Training and Support
Implementation materials are comprehensive and easy to follow and incorporate information on the well-researched program model. The implementation manual thoroughly addresses organizational readiness to implement CPC-CBT and provides guidance on when CPC-CBT should be used and when its use is contraindicated. Session-by-session guides detail each session for children and parents, including information on the delivery methods for individual and group programs. Three levels of training, with varying degrees of intensity, are available, and all provide opportunities for trainees to use case scenarios in practicing key skills. Training materials are extensive, particularly those for the CPC-CBT Learning Collaborative. The resource list of supplemental materials to support clinicians is nicely organized and highlights materials that are highly recommended. The recommended clinical outcome monitoring instruments include detailed questions, and information is provided on the interpretation of scores. Parent and child feedback forms are available to collect client satisfaction data.
No weaknesses were identified by reviewers.