This paper focuses on the Effective Black Parenting Program developed by the Center for the Improvement of Child Caring. The present inquiry was an attempt to present the adaptation of this program to Black families in a non-urban setting. The author is certified as a facilitator of the program. The study focuses on the use of role analysis and group dynamics as teaching tools. Effective parenting programs are very important in the survival and socialization of Black children.

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