The 2016 Helping Families Change Conference was held in the stunning Rocky Mountains of Banff, Alberta, Canada.


Presentations will be uploaded below as they are received from presenters. Please note that only presentations made available by the presenter are listed. You may need to contact the presenter directly if the presentation you are looking for is not listed. Click on the title below to access the presentation slides from the conference.

Keynote Addresses

Wednesday – Competent Parenting: The Key to Preventing Social, Emotional and Behavioural Problems in Children – Matthew Sanders

Thursday – Family-Based Interventions for young Children with Conduct Problems: Lessons Learned and Future Directions – Robert McMahon

Thursday – Early Experiences Elevate Everything: Early Brain and Child Development and the Future of Society – Dipesh Navsaria

Friday – Families and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder – Charlotte Johnston

Invited Addresses

Thursday – Understanding the Context of Parenting: How Are We Doing? – Catherine M. Lee

Friday – Preparing for Life: Testing the Effectiveness of Early Intervention in an Irish Experimental Trial – Orla Doyle

Parallel Sessions

A2 – Supporting Families to Complete Parenting Programs Online: Learnings From Triple P Online Evaluations – Sabine Baker & Jamin Day

A3 – Child Adjustment and Parenting Efficacy Scale-Developmental Disability (CAPES-DD): First Psychometric Evaluation of a New Child and Parenting Assessment Tool for Children with a Developmental Disability – Theresa Emser

A4.1 – What is Triple P? – Shawna Lee

A4.2 – What is Triple P? – Peter Mutch

B1 – Linking Triple P to Traditional Aboriginal Parenting: A Canadian Context – Sonja Polz

B2 – Families of Children With a Disability: Managing Diverse Needs and Strengthening Outcomes – Julie Hodges

B3 – Child Adjustment Within Immigrant and Refugee Families: Preliminary Meta-analytic Results – Dana Sheshko

C2 – Lessons Learned From the California Statewide Triple P Collaborative – Grace Harris & Randy Ahn

D1 – The Rocky Mountains (Peaks and Valleys) of Sustainability – Julie London & Gail Hamelin

D3.1 – How Triple P can Support Translating a National Mental Health Strategy Into Action – Jacquie Brown & Philip Smith

D3.2 – A Practitioners Perspective on Implementing Triple P Across the Justice System – Grace Harris

E3 – Chronic Childhood Health Conditions: Child Adjustment, Parenting and Parent Support Needs – Antonia Kish

F2 – Sharing Insights and Future Directions for Triple P Implementation in Indigenous Communities Internationally – Cari McIlduff

F3 – Triple P Teens Evaluation in the Netherlands: A Qualitative Study Into the Diverse Perceptions on Provided Support – Eva Smallegange

G1 – Single-Married Parents and Other Caregiver Dynamics – Maggie Noftall

G2 – Evaluating Triple P Implementation: Evaluator, Implementer and Funder Perspectives – Will Aldridge

G3 – Training a workforce to deliver evidence-based interventions: How effective is professional training? – Alan Ralph


Evaluation Study on Triple P Trial for Parents Receiving Psychiatric Outpatient Service in Japan – Izumi Sawada

Experience of Delivering Group Triple P to Japanese Fathers – Machiko Shirayama & Noriko Kato

How Could We Introduce Population Family Intervention to Japan? – Noriko Kato, Toshihiko Yanagawa & Alina Morawska

Parenting and Children’s Behaviour Problems in Kagawa, Japan – Hiromi Suzuki, Takeshi Yoda & Tomohiro Hirao

Using Triple P with Underserved Mixteco/Indigenous Populations in the Child Welfare System – Marcela Becerra