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After more than three decades of helping professionals work with some of the most challenging children, the LSCI Institute now adapts its brain-based, trauma-informed, kid-centered approach to the unique needs of parents and caregivers. Parenting the Challenging Child: The 4-Step Way to Turn Problem Situations Into Learning Opportunities provides readers with:
* Specific skills for building more positive relationships with kids
* Proven strategies for de-escalating stressful situations
* A reliable 4-step framework for turning common problem situations into lasting learning opportunities
After reading this solution-focused book, you will be equipped with new skills to identify and change six problematic patterns of behavior in young people. Even more importantly, you will learn about yourself and how simple changes in the way you interact with your loved ones during a problem situation can significantly improve your relationship and their future behaviors.
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From Chapter 1: The Dynamics of Conflict Between Parent & Child
From Chapter 5: What to Do When Kids Turn Their Anger on Parents
From Chapter 6: Is She Lying or Does She Really Believe What She is Saying?
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Authors: Nicholas Long, Mary Wood, Frank Fecser.
Authors: Nicholas J. Long, Frank A. Fecser, William C. Morse, Ruth G. Newman, Jody E. Long.
Now in the seventh edition, this newly revised text focuses on the psychoeducational concepts of teaching students in crisis. The text prepares teachers to use time-tested, effective behavior management concepts and skills. Included are numerous vignettes featuring examples of emotional conflicts in children and youth. These vignettes are followed discussions of strategies for enacting positive behavioral change. The strategies emphasize the importance of teacher-student relationships, acknowledging normal counter-aggressive feelings when helping troubled students, and understanding that emotions are the primary motivator of behavior.
Discover how to stop frustrating conversations, endless conflicts, and tedious arguments with family, friends, and co-workers. The Angry Smile offers insights for understanding passive aggressive behavior and step-by-step advice for dealing with covertly hostile people. Easy-to-read with clearly written dialogue, The Angry Smile offers real-world examples and practical tools for effectively managing this problem behavioral style.