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Parenting practices and parent-child relationships affect adolescent adjustment. This study examined the efficacy of a self-directed parenting intervention for 51 parents of early adolescents (aged 12-14 years), who reported experiencing difficulties with their adolescent's behaviour. Two levels of intensity of a self-directed intervention (self-directed alone and selfdirected plus brief therapist telephone consultations) were compared with a waitlist control group. At post-intervention,doi:10.5172/jamh.6.2.125 fatcat:tgctpi4ahrbn7bs2jzoa3kruuq