This pilot research seeks to examine the feasibility of a brief parenting intervention in the Indian setting. The study aims to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of a Triple P seminar for Indian corporate employees. Four organisations will be included in the study: two retail and two IT/software companies (matched on size and number of work hours of employees). One of each company type will be randomly assigned to the intervention condition and a waitlist control condition, with assessment pre- and post-intervention and 6-month follow up. Participants will include 120 English-speaking parents of 2-12 year old children. The findings of this study will pave the way for a larger trial to test the effectiveness of brief parenting interventions such as Triple P seminars for diverse populations in India, including parents in impoverished communities.

Project members

Associate Professor Karen Turner

Principal Research Fellow
School of Psychology