Disruptive behaviors can be associated with significant functional impairment . Early intervention for young children is essential to prevent long-term consequences . Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a psychotherapeutic intervention, which has shown to be effective for children with externalizing symptoms . We present the treatment course of PCIT for two kindergarten children . The first has Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and the second has frontal lobe epilepsy . Both presented with attention problems, hyperactivity, and impulsivity associated with significant impairment in multiple settings . Two certified PCIT therapists provided 17 sessions to the parents of the first patient and 25 sessions to the parents of the second patient . Most of the sessions were in-person; however, some were``virtual"due to the circumstances associated with the COVID-19 pandemic . Parents of both patients achieved the``mastery"criteria . In both cases, PCIT contributed to improving the disruptive behaviors . PCIT may serve as an effective therapeutic option for young children with externalizing symptoms in Dubai.