“Parent-child interaction therapy is one of the most effective evidence-based practices in the field today. Using an in vivo training technique, parents acquire more effective parenting skills, children’s behavioral problems improve, and together they develop a more positive and affectionate relationship. The positive affiliative nature developed as a result of participation in PCIT strengthens attachment and builds resilience in at-risk families.”  – Anthony Urquiza, Ph.D., Director of Mental Health Services and Clinical Research at the University of California at Davis CAARE Center