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|Title:||The feasibility and acceptability of a preventive intervention programme for children with depressed parents: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.|
Psychiatric Status Rating Scales
Surveys and Questionnaires
Child of Impaired Parents
|Abstract:||One of the most important risk factors for childhood depression is being the child of a depressed parent. These at-risk children have two to four times the probability of having an affective episode compared with their peers. Preventive interventions such as Beardslee's Preventive Intervention Program (PIP) that are targeted at children of depressed parents have proven effective in many countries. The PIP is a family-based approach that works by promoting resilience in children and increasing positive interactions within the family. In this pilot randomised controlled trial (RCT), we will determine the acceptability and feasibility of an adapted version of this intervention in Chile.|
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