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

Dr Meghna Singhal

Honorary Research Fellow
School of Psychology

Associate Professor Karen Turner

Principal Research Fellow
School of Psychology