Parent-Involved Approaches

Parent-Involved Approaches

Review the Child Case Study Backgrounds multimedia piece. You may use the same case that you worked with in previous courses, or you may choose a different case.

compare two approaches to working with your case family: filial therapy and one of the three alternate approaches reviewed, which include Incredible Years, PCIT, or Theraplay.

Instructions
Give a brief summary of each of the two approaches, identifying the theoretical perspectives that are involved in each.
Address what the roles of the therapist, parent, and child are in each approach.
Identify and analyze at least one strength and one limitation of each approach with the case family.
Finally, identify the best approach to use with your specific case family, justifying your choice with evidence.