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Parent–Child Connect: A culturally responsive parent training for Asian American parents at school
Psychology in the Schools ( IF 1.134 ) Pub Date : 2021-04-06 , DOI: 10.1002/pits.22520
Cixin Wang, Jia Li, Mazneen Havewala, Qianyu Zhu, Kieu Anh Do, Xiaoping Shao

Compared to their school peers, Asian American youth report more internalizing symptoms, peer victimization, and higher rates of suicide, yet they underutilize mental health services at school. This study investigated the feasibility and effectiveness of a culturally responsive parent training program called Parent–Child Connect for Asian American parents at school. Forty‐eight Asian American parents (Mage = 42.98; SDage = 5.54, 79.2% female) participated in the parent training program. Parents reported significant increases in positive parenting (parental warmth, Cohen's d = 0.33; reasoning, d = 0.42; and autonomy granting, d = 0.54), and decreases in negative parenting (verbal hostility, d = 0.52; directiveness, d = 0.33; and shaming behavior, d = 0.38) after the intervention. They also reported significant increases in their sense of competence (d = 0.53) and satisfaction in communicating with their children (d = 0.43). Good attendance and high satisfaction from parents suggested high feasibility of the intervention. Fifteen parents attended two focus group interviews 6 weeks after the training. Parents reported improved empathy, parent–child communication, and self‐efficacy, and provided suggestions for future iterations of the training. We discuss how school psychologists can provide parent training and support ethnic minority families at school. Impact Statement: To support Asian American youth and parents, we implemented Parent–Child Connect, a culturally responsive parent training program with Asian American parents at school. Results suggest that it is a feasible and effective parenting intervention for Asian American parents in the school setting.

中文翻译:

亲子连接:针对亚裔美国人在学校的文化响应性父母培训

与他们的同龄人相比,亚裔美国青年报告了更多的内在症状,同伴受害和自杀率较高,但他们在学校中未充分利用心理健康服务。这项研究调查了针对亚裔美国人在学校开展的具有文化响应性的父母培训计划“亲子连接”的可行性和有效性。四十八名亚裔美国人父母(M年龄 = 42.98;SD年龄 = 5.54,女性79.2%)参加了父母培训计划。父母报告说积极的父母教养有显着增加(父母的温暖,Cohen d  = 0.33;推理,d  = 0.42;自主授予,d = 0.54),并在 干预后负父母教养方面有所下降(言语敌对,d  = 0.52;指导性,d  = 0.33;羞辱行为,d = 0.38)。他们还报告在其职权(感显著增加d 在与子女沟通= 0.53)和满意(d = 0.43)。父母的出勤率高和满意度高,表明干预的可行性高。培训6周后,有15位家长参加了两次焦点小组访谈。父母报告说他们的同理心,亲子沟通和自我效能得到了改善,并为以后的培训提供了建议。我们讨论学校心理学家如何提供父母培训并在学校支持少数民族家庭。影响陈述:为了支持亚裔美国人的青少年和父母,我们实施了“父母与儿童联系”计划,这是一项针对亚裔美国人在学校的文化响应性父母培训计划。结果表明,对于在学校环境中的亚裔美国人父母来说,这是一种可行且有效的育儿干预措施。
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