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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy – also called PCIT – is an evidence-based, short-term treatment designed to help your child learn to control their emotions and frustration.

PCIT Help for
Your Child

PICIT treatments can help your child if he or she displays any or all of the following disruptive behaviors:

  • Parent-child relational problems

  • Refusal and defiance of adult requests

  • Emotional dysregulation

  • Low frustration tolerance

  • Easy loss of temper

  • Touchy or easily annoyed by others

  • Deliberately annoying others

  • Being spiteful or vindictive

  • Blaming others for their mistakes

  • Destruction of property

  • Difficulty staying seated

  • Difficulty playing quietly

  • Difficulty taking turns

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Your Family Improves One Interaction at a Time

At Rooted Foundations, our goal is to strengthen the relationship between you and your child. We help build your confidence and ability to effectively guide and direct your child’s behavior, set limits, calmly discipline, and restore positive feelings to their interactions. 

PCIT diagnosis the interactions between you and your child. Your family can only grow by focusing on one experience at a time.

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