Parenting Better Children is an all-in-one package to manage behavior before it becomes clinically significant. Author Jennifer Wilke-Deaton has gone back to the basics and provides a fresh start to develop a new set of building blocks, detailing an 8-week course that includes straightforward teaching methods, outlines and handouts for skills training, and troubleshooting solutions. Am New tools for positive behavioral management and emotional regulation Am Recognizing escalation - and what to do about it Am Reversing the negative impact of video games and aggressive media Am Creating healthy communication Am Establishing routines Am Strategies keying on CBT and DBT Am Effective attachment relationship building between children, parents, school staff Am Support planning for children and families that lasts long after group time has ended Am Easy to read and highly practical, an invaluable resource for parents, clinicians, school staff and other professionals working with challenging behaviors Reviews: aI love her simple, concrete examples that make even the most complex parent/child interactions accessible and doable.a - Brian R. King, LCSW, author of the Perfect Moments in Relationships: Lessons in Connection for Work, Family, Love, and Life aWeaving together her practical clinical experience and current research, Jennifer provides cleanly organized parenting strategies for both parents and clinicians.a - L.C. Jones, Attorney, Juvenile Specialist aHer step by step aParenting Coursea takes the reader through a well-organized, easy to apply program. A fantastic resource.a - Susan P Epstein, LCSW, Author of 55 Creative Approaches for Challenging a Resistant Children a Adolescents aJennifer has hit a home-run with this practical blueprint for improving parental success. She has standardized the basics and still managed to leave room for flexibility, so families can adapt lessons to meet needs.a - Hasan Davis, J.D., Former commissioner of Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice and Child and Family AdvocateAn 8 Week Skills Training Guide To Reach, Teach aamp; Empower Jennifer Wilke- Deaton, MA, LPA ... What children think is, aI am supposed to do what my teacher says, but my mom hates her so why should I even bother? ... The first trigger for cycles often is the words that we use and the language that is around us. ... You may have even had this experience with a supervisor or colleague when they approach you and say, aDid you get that work done yet ... the check-engine light came on.
|Title||:||Parenting Better Children|
|Author||:||Jennifer Wilke-Deaton, MA, LPA|
|Publisher||:||PESI Publishing & Media - 2014-10-01|