Parent child game (or Personalised individual parent training – PIPT) is an intensive parenting program designed to promote a positive attachment relationship between a parent (or carer) and a child by reducing children’s oppositional and antisocial behaviour and increasing their prosocial behaviour and compliance. I work collaboratively with families, using my knowledge and the parent’s understanding of their child. It is based on Social Learning Theory and Attachment Theory principles, and is evidence-based, which means that it has been shown to be effective in multiple trials and settings. It is also recommended by the NICE guidelines. Its effects can be seen fairly quickly, so it is very popular with parents.