Medicine Hat Study

Medicine Hat Study

Medicine Hat Study

"Over 90% of the parents felt that the 1-2-3 sessions had made a significant difference in their child's behavior."

In the mid 1990s, the Young Children's Development Program in Medicine Hat, Alberta, was chosen by that Canadian Province to pilot a new outcome monitoring system for community mental health agencies. Headed by Sig Taylor, MSW, the study used an instrument known as the Conflict Behavior Questionnaire (CBQ), which focused on parent-child issues, and it also employed a two-session 1-2-3 Magic program.

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March 11, 2003
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