Everyday Parenting© (EDP)
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Full course description
What you'll learn:
Participants in the EDP e-learning course will learn about the Everyday Parenting intervention model. EDP is a research-based, tailored family management support program. It targets three primary parenting domains: supporting positive behavior, setting healthy limits & building family relationships.
After completing the Everyday Parenting e-learning course, the learner will be able to describe the three parenting skills in the Everyday Parenting Program; identify seven practices for working effectively with parents to build their parenting skills; and be able to list the four steps of the Everyday Parenting teaching model.
What you'll do:
Learners in the EDP e-learning course will learn how to use the Everyday Parenting Program as a tool to support parents' development of effective family management practices. The Everyday Parenting e-learning course has five modules that introduce the learner to the Everyday Parenting program, which supports the development of parenting skills that are critical for effective family management and positive child development. This e-learning course will take you about 5 hours to complete. This course will be accessible to you for one year from the date of your registration. This e-learning course is only an introductory training to the EDP model. To learn more about training and implementation support resources, please contact us here.
Who this course is designed for:
Providers working with parents or caregivers of children and adolescents between the ages of 2 through 17 in clinics, schools and other community-based settings can use the Everyday Parenting Program as a tool to support parents’ or caregivers’ development of effective family management practices. Examples of providers include administrators, mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, paraprofessionals in any field working with families and/or caregivers and their children ages 2 to 17, professionals working in the legal system, professionals working in the foster care system and others. Everyday Parenting can be used with families and other caregivers (such as foster parents, legal guardians, grandparents) and their children ages 2 to 17.
Links to handouts used in the e-learning course are provided in the e-learning course as the learner proceeds through the course and on the Resources page in the e-learning course. This course includes the Everyday Parenting workbook that will be provided as part of the training and e-learning course.
Depending on which training option is chosen, the learner will be participating in either an in-person training or live webinar trainings after the EDP e-learning course is completed. The EDP e-learning course must be completed no later than the evening before either the in-person training or the first live webinar training. Location and time of the in-person training will be based on the availability of in-person training dates scheduled by the REACH team and the availability of the learner. The live webinar trainings will take place through the computer and the date and time of the live webinars will be based on the availability of the live webinar training dates scheduled by the REACH team and the availability of the learner. You will get access to this e-learning course approximately 3 weeks before your in-person or first live webinar training. This gives you approximately 3 weeks to complete the course.
Dr. Thomas Dishion
Dr. Dishion was one of the developers of the Family Check-Up and conducted numerous randomized control trials demonstrating the effectiveness of the Family Check-Up. Dr. Dishion was previously the director of the ASU REACH Institute, which promotes Research and Education to Advance Children’s Health.
Dr. Anne Marie Mauricio, Implementation Scientist
Dr. Mauricio is an Associate Research Professor and Implementation Scientist at the Arizona State University REACH Institute. Her research interest is on the translation of evidence-based interventions for delivery in real world settings. In addition to her work as part of the FCU Implementation Team, Dr. Mauricio is actively developing the scale-up capacity of the Family Check-Up model.
Monique Lopez, Director of Data Collection Activities and Intervention Training Coordinator
Monique Lopez supervises data collection for all clinical trials at the ASU REACH Institute. She is also the coordinator for intervention trainings and implementation assessment systems, including those related to the Family Check-Up.
John Lipfert, Technology Support Analyst
John Lipfert supports all ASU REACH Institute projects on their technology needs. John maintains the websites, handles information security, and makes sure the multiple IT systems used to monitor Family Check-Up implementation and outcomes are integrated and functioning optimally. John also maintains the ASU REACH Institute data servers, workstations, laptops, and printers.
Yasaman Parsi, Implementation Coodinator
Yasaman Parsi, ME.D, M.C., LAC is the Implementation Coordinator for The Family Check-Up Program at REACH Institute. She is a licensed mental health counselor who has worked as an educator and therapist with individuals, families and groups in multiple agency settings such as La Frontera-Empact SPC and MISS Foundation.
Dr. Anne Gill, Consultant
Dr. Gill is a Counseling Psychologist at the University of Pittsburgh and a clinical supervisor and workshop facilitator for the FCU. Trained as a family therapist, she strives to provide high-quality, accessible, respectful, and culturally sensitive services to families and children.
Dr. Kevin Moore, Consultant
Dr. Moore is an Intervention Scientist, Research Associate at the Child and Family Center, Prevention Science Institute, University of Oregon, He has 30 years of experience in researching, implementing, and consulting on evidence- and principle-based treatments.
Juliana Weaver, Consultant
Juliana Weaver is a Family Support Supervisor at a home visiting program in Virginia. She has a Master of Arts in Psychology and has worked for 9 years at the University of Virginia using the FCU Model. She is a Family Check-Up Model workshop facilitator and consultant with the ASU REACH Institute.
Tracie Stufft, Consultant
Tracie Stufft is a family therapist at the University of Pittsburgh, working with families using the Family Check-Up Model for over ten years. She is also an FCU workshop facilitator. She has a Master of Science degree in Child Development/Applied Developmental Psychology and has worked as a child and family psychotherapist for 20 years.
Adriana Chung, Consultant
Adriana Chung is a licensed clinical social worker and early childhood educator at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a Family Check-Up trainer, consultant and provider. Adriana has been using the FCU Model to support families with young children in culturally diverse communities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be a mental health provider to be trained in this model?
No. Any provider of services to families with children ages 2 to 17 can be trained to deliver Everyday Parenting.
How long do I have to complete the e-learning course?
Depending on the training option that has been chosen, you will have until the evening prior to your in-person or first live webinar training to complete the EDP e-learning course. The earliest you will receive access to the EDP e-learning course is 3 weeks prior to the in-person or first live webinar training. This gives you approximately 3 weeks to complete this e-learning course.
I am taking the e-learning course and have questions about the course. Who do I contact?
Depending on your question (whether the question is about the technology vs. the content of the course), there is a FAQ/Help page in the Orientation Module of the e-learning course which will direct you to the right people to help resolve your questions.
©Everyday Parenting: A Professional’s Guide to Building Family Management Skills, by Thomas J. Dishion, Elizabeth A. Stormshak, and Kate Kavanagh (Research Press, 2012).