Collaborative Problem-Solving (parent training); experiences?

Question:Has anyone used this particular model? The book is called "The Explosive Child," by Ross Greene, Ph.D. I'm particularly interested in hearing from school personnel (e.g., counselors, school psychologists) on how it's being implemented in school settings and it's effectiveness, it's usefulness as a parent-training program, and any feedback/experiences from parents.

Answers:
I am familiar with it. I attended the lecture. We do use the model to an extent and it does work.

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