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FCN: Practice Clinics

  • Parenting Clinic - The UW Parenting Clinic was developed in 1983 to assist families with highly aggressive young children. The clinic offers family treatment for children with behavior problems. Dr. Carolyn Webster-Stratton, a licensed child psychologist and Professor of nursing, directs the program. An interdisciplinary team composed of nurses, psychologists, social workers and teachers provide services. These professionals specialize in assessing and treating families and young children. Research is an important component of the clinic, which is a project funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research, at the National Institutes of Health. Ongoing research includes: evaluation of group and individual treatment and approaches with parents and their "difficult" children.

 
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