Assessing Therapist Competence in the Context of PCIT Training View Full Text


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2018-11-11

AUTHORS

Richard F. Davis , Elizabeth Brestan-Knight

ABSTRACT

Assessing therapist competence is an essential aspect of ensuring that parent–child interaction therapy (PCIT) services are delivered with fidelity. Currently PCIT International requires all PCIT therapists to complete a highly structured training process in which therapist competence is evaluated at several points. Pre- and post-training measures evaluating therapist knowledge of PCIT, observing therapist performance during role-plays and DPICS coding exercises, and review of therapist work samples during the year-long consultation period following a PCIT training are all useful techniques that are routinely used when assessing the competence of trainee PCIT therapists. Several “code the coach” systems are also gaining popularity as a way to offer structured feedback related to a therapist’s coaching style. Still, the specific methods used to assess therapist competence may vary between individual PCIT trainers. We discuss possible future directions in the assessment of therapist competence and present a case example of how the competence of one trainee therapist was assessed. More... »

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319-339

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Handbook of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

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978-3-319-97697-6
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