Evaluating the impact of the 5 pillars of parenting programme: A novel parenting intervention for Muslim families
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Kathryn Thomson, Hanan Hussein, Kathleen Roche-Nagi, Ruth Butterworth. Evaluating the impact of the 5 pillars of parenting programme: A novel parenting intervention for Muslim families. Community Practitioner, 13th March 2018
Objective: To evaluate the impact of the 5 Pillars of Parenting Programme, an eight-week parenting intervention group, which incorporates Islamic values and concepts. The evaluation sought to look at outcomes for families attending the programme. Design: 160 parents completed questionnaires to assess the parent and child outcomes using a pre-post within-participants quantitative design. Results: Statistical analysis demonstrated a significant reduction in difficult child behaviours (p≤.05), ineffectual parental discipline practices (p≤.000), parental depression (p≤.05), anxiety, (p≤.05) and stress (p≤.05). Attrition was also comparatively low. Conclusions: The 5 Pillars of Parenting 4-11 years course appears to be a promising programme for supporting Muslim parents. Research comparing the outcomes to those of other parenting groups would now be of benefit.
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