Training for Organizations
What is the Triple P Provider Network?
The Triple P Provider Network is designed to facilitate information exchange and encourage the development of peer support networks among the multi-disciplinary team of trained and accredited Triple P providers. It provides ongoing consultative advice and support to fully accredited Triple P providers working in the field. The network also enables practitioners to access a range of useful clinical resources designed to facilitate effective parent consultation programs.
There are many advantages to becoming a member of the Triple P Provider Network, including:
- Access to Triple P E-News. This newsletter presents updates on the latest Triple P resources and research at a national and international level. It also offers practitioners opportunity to report on Triple P initiatives in their local communities.
- Discount registration at the Australian-based Helping Families Change Conference, hosted by the Parenting and Family Support Centre. This conference provides a forum for national and international speakers to present state-of-the-art research in the field of family intervention, as well as skills-based workshops and practice sessions.
- ccess to a restricted area website that provides a range of clinical resources such as prototypes of behavior charts, monitoring forms, and certificates of program completion for use with clients.
- Access to prototypes of selected promotional brochures, fliers and posters for advertising the program.
- Access to the Triple P logo for use on promotional material.
- Access to an electronic Q & A (question and answer) forum. On this platform, practitioners can obtain useful tips and suggestions for optimal program use and resolving clinical and theoretical issues.
- Access to a questionnaire scoring database. This software program automatically scores Triple P standardized assessment measures and provides a family profile and report.
- Guidelines for establishing peer supervision and support networks with other practitioners delivering Triple P. This networking opportunity, which can operate either face-to-face or via electronic media, has the capacity to decrease feelings of professional isolation commonly experienced by practitioners in the field.