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Michele Lovehaug, left, and Amy Ochsendorf show their parent-child interaction therapy playroom at Solutions Behavioral Healthcare Professionals in Moorhead. (Michael Vosburg / The Forum)

Parent-child interaction therapy addresses behavioral problems

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Social worker Michele Lovehaug likens parent-child interaction therapy to a coach calling plays to the quarterback from the sidelines.

Lovehaug and psychologist Amy Ochsendorf, her colleague at Moorhead's Solutions Behavioral Healthcare Professionals, have been certified to offer PCIT, a confidence-building treatment program for young kids with disruptive emotional or behavioral disorders and their parents.

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