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Multiple studies demonstrate the effectiveness of Play Nicely.
Selected findings include:
a. The program helps over 80% of English and Spanish speaking parents to revise plans to discipline their children. This study describes how brief interventions have implications for the prevention of violence, prevention of child abuse, improving primary care services, and saving tax dollars.
b. The program helps professionals improve their counseling skills.
c. The program helps parents who view the program at home.
d. The program affects parents' attitudes toward using less physical punishment.
e. A new approach could help more parents learn about discipline within pediatric primary care.
Play Nicely Links:
1. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PLAY NICELY FOR FREE IN ENGLISH OR SPANISH
2. Theory behind Play Nicely
3. All published research
4. One-page description for parents: English / Spanish
5. How a free program addresses a problem that costs billions
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