High Road ABA: Clinical Data Discussion
Conclusion from the Clinical Data Set
The High Road workshop of Dorcy Pruter achieved a remarkable – truly breathtaking – recovery of healthy and normal-range functioning of a wonderful child, in two days, following three years of documented child abuse. The recovery from complex trauma and child abuse is full, it is strong, and robust. She handed into my clinical care, a totally normal-range and wonderful young man. As a clinical psychologist, I am in deep respect for what Ms. Pruter accomplishes on a regular basis.
And if there is any question about how the kids feel about the High Road workshop, for my client it was Aff-5.5, Co-6, SI-6. He loved it.
Discussion of Twelve Clinical Data Points in the High Road Single-Case ABA Data
C.A. Childress, Psy.D. (2019)
Parent-Child Relationship Rating Scale (PC-RRS)
Affection (Aff): Attachment networks – blue line
Cooperation (Co): Emotional regulation – gold line
Social Involvement (SI): Arousal and mood regulation – silver line
High Road Workshop Data
The PC-RSS data from the two-days of the High Road workshop represent a truly remarkable rocket into a joyful, healthy, and happy child by the end of the 2-day workshop. The exit level data points are in the superior range. The child’s affection is 5.5, his emotional system is 6, and his mood is 6. He is immensely happy.
Of note is that this is a 2-day High Road workshop. Typically, Ms. Pruter’s High Road recovery workshops are 4-days. The actual recovery of the parent-child bond typically occurs sometime during the second day of the workshop, and then there are…
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