GenerationPMTO (formerly known as Parenting Management Training – The Oregon Model (PMTO)) is a parent training intervention that can be used in various parenting contexts including grandparent-led, adoptive parents, and other primary caregivers. GenerationPMTO can be used as a prevention program and a treatment program. This program directly provides services to caregivers of children/youth ages 2 to 18 with disruptive behaviors.

Recommended duration of service delivery is 10 to 25 individual/family sessions, depending on the severity of the case. More mild cases can be conducted in 6 to 8 sessions. Each session is delivered in a 60-minute weekly interval. The program can be conducted in the family home, community daily living setting, outpatient clinic, community-based agency, and virtually. GenerationPMTO has materials available in English, Danish, Dutch, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Spanish.

Increasing positive parenting practices; Reducing coercive family processes; Reducing and preventing internalizing and externalizing behaviors in youth; Reducing and preventing substance use and abuse in youth; Reducing and preventing delinquency and police arrests in youth; Reducing and preventing out-of-home placements in youth; Reducing and preventing deviant peer association in youth; Increasing academic performance in youth; Increasing social competency and peer relations in youth; Promoting reunification of families with youngsters in care.