The aim of this research is to compare the effectiveness of the Teen Connect Triple P program and The Blues Program, in helping teenagers manage emotions and relationship problems (like bullying).
Teen Connect Triple P is a family group therapy program that aims to help teenagers manage difficulties with their peers and manage emotions. It also supports parents to better help their teenagers. Teenagers participate in small groups with other teenagers; their parents participate in small groups with other parents.
The Blues Program is a group therapy program. It teaches teenagers skills to manage difficult emotions and improve how they feel. Teenagers participate in small groups with other teenagers; there are no parent sessions.
We are looking for families of teenagers in which the teenager and a parent are interested to take part in a group therapy program. To be eligible for involvement:
All information collected for this research will be kept in strictest confidence by the project investigators. All questionnaires will be completed online and transferred to a data set that includes no identifying information. The research will report pooled results only; no families will be identifiable.
If you are interested in taking part in this study and/or would like more information, please provide your contact information in the enquiries box below. A member of the research team will be in touch to discuss your family’s suitability for participation in the study, and whether the project is of interest to your family.
You can also email the research team here firstname.lastname@example.org