Training & Treatment Materials
PCIT.org, the list serve for PCIT International, provides many resources for clinicians, including treatment manuals and resources for DPICS coding as well as continuing education activities for PCIT providers. Click here for links to other resources, such as fillable CDI Homework Sheets and other frequently-used forms, ordering information for the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI), an important assessment tool available from Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR).
PCIT can be offered in the clinic or in-home settings. Having the proper equipment and toys can make you a more effective and efficient clinician. Click below for information on recommended materials to support your PCIT practice.
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has a long tradition of nationally-recognized excellence in the development, training, and evaluation of evidence-based treatment for children and families exposed to adverse experiences. The OUHSC PCIT Training program is part of that tradition, with publications on applications of PCIT to families with a history of physical maltreatment or neglect, on cultural translations of PCIT for American Indians/Indigenous Alaskans, and on special populations such as children with prenatal substance exposure.