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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.
Learn the Powerful Skills of Benign Confrontation!
What is passive-aggressive behavior? The authors of this three-part book have studied the psychology of this behavior for over four decades in both clinical and educational settings. They offer real-world examples and empowering, practical strategies for working with or when confronted with individuals who exhibit any of the five levels of passive aggressiveness.