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Table 4 Multilevel analyses of intervention effect on parent-team alliance, alliance over time and strengths and difficulties child

From: Longitudinal results of strengthening the parent-team alliance in child semi-residential psychiatry: does team investment make a difference?

   EUQ caregivers reporta   FEQ case manager report
Δ B (SE) p Δ B (SE) p
Alliance    .89 (.33) .01*    1.94 (.56) .00**
Group*time T1–2 C .27 −.01 (.33) .98 C
  I .44    I .96   
Group*time ΔT2–3 C −.08 −.26 (.37) .48 C 1.72 −1.08 (.92) .24
  I .49    I .75   
Group*time ΔT3–4 C −.43 −.21 (.45) .64 C .90 −.94 (.98) .34
  I .16    I −.22   
Group*time ΔT4–5 C .33 .27 (.53) .61 C 1.54 .44 (1.35) .74
  I .73    I 1.22   
Strength and difficulties   SDQ caregiver reporta, b   SDQ group worker reporta, b
    B (SE) p    B (SE) p
Emotional problems    .59 (.73) .42    .27 (.59) .65
Conduct problems    .40 (.56) .48    −.78 (.71) .27
Hyperactivity    −1.38 (.55) .01*    −.63 (.82) .37
Peer problems    −.06 (.63) .92    .64 (.60) .29
Prosocial behaviour    −.88 (.62) .16    .07 (.56) .90
  1. Values given are B estimates (SE standard error), except for Δ = Difference of the mean scores between two assessment times
  2. C comparison group; I intervention group; T1 6–8 weeks; T2 3–4 months; T3 6–7 months; T4 9–10 months; T5 12–13 months
  3. p < .05, ** p < .01
  4. aAdjusted for location
  5. bAdjusted for age child, time of admission and a behavior disorder on AXIS I