COVID-19: Parent Actions in Response to Emotions and Needs for Treatment (Co-PARENT)

Are you a parent of a child ages 6-13, living in the State of Florida, who is stressed out by COVID-19 anxiety and physical distancing? Are you currently experiencing any anxiety, depression or traumatic stress symptoms? The Co-PARENT study at the University of Miami may be able to help. To complete a brief initial screening, please click here CO-PARENT Study  (En español).

The Co-PARENT (COVID-19: Parent Actions in Response to Emotions and Needs for Treatment) Study is testing the effects of a brief (4-session) telehealth program called UP-COVID for parents that may be having a hard time coping with their emotions and parenting challenges during COVID-19. The program is based on effective, cognitive behavioral treatment principles.

If eligible, parents will receive a minimum of 4-sessions of UP-COVID via telehealth in English or Spanish at no cost either immediately or after a 6-week delay. Eligible parent participants will also receive up to $175 for completing study assessments over a 12-week period.

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