Every purchaser has free access to monthly community calls to share challenges, successes and practice new skills as they work through the book. Parent Child Relationships are tricky to understand, and gradual changes in your relationship with your child can go unnoticed. Children's behaviour and attitudes can make parents feel remote and unheard, at a loss to understand their child's performance at school, their child's lack of attention, self-care or respect for others. Desperate to provide the best life chance's for their child, parents are often advised to focus on the child, but the harder the parent tries to help, the harder the child pushes back. As their child grows, a happy family life becomes a more distant memory. Rebellious teenage years may be traditional, but a bad relationship with your teenager is not inevitable. You can be happy and comfortable being a natural parent, seeing your children from a different perspective, capable and confident in meeting challenges. Schools Aware Campaign Alan Wilson's second book How to be a Parent Champion and add magic to your family is the lynchpin of the approach he's bringing to schools, helping them to let parents know there is a way to contribute to improving their child's outlook, that they don't have to rely entirely on the resources of the school to manage behaviour and attitudes to learning and attainment. That perhaps, it isn't necessary for behaviour to attract the attention of specialists before you can improve the attention and behaviour of your child. If you're a parent, teacher or governor and think your school would welcome an approach to explain how we can work together to promote strong parent child relationships as a method for behavioural change, increased engagement and attainment, please contact Alan at firstname.lastname@example.org and he'll prioritise accordingly! It's more than a self-help book because it comes with free ongoing support at http: //parentchildrelationships.co.uk/The emerging ambition to adopt recovery coaching as a basic competency for all mental health workers creates obvious challenges for them and the ... For readers interested in learning more about life coaching we have included some sources and resources in Box 6). ... Martin C (2001) The Life Coaching Handbook.
|Title||:||How to Be a Parent Champion and Add Magic to Your Family|
|Publisher||:||Develop Your Child CIC - 2011|