Helping Parents Help Their Kids: A Clinical Guide to Six Child Problem Behaviors
Psychology Press, 1999 - 204 halaman
Helping Parents Help Their Kids is a guide both for clinicians who help families and for parents who have children with behavior problems. The author provides three ways to address clinical issues in designing and implementing child behavior management plans: a general behavioral consultation model, a specific behavioral model, and an empirically-tested advice package for problems that can occur in different family contexts. Each chapter provides early research on a specific strategy and several forms to use in the clinical environment.Parents will find this book helpful because the information is presented in a user-friendly format. The author explains how parents can learn specific strategies to deal with six common problems. These problems include: teaching both children and adolescents to comply with the rules of the house, dealing with disruptive behavior, and addressing problems in school.Helping Parents Help Their Kids offers both clinicians and parents effective procedures without the technical jargon many typical behavioral texts use. Instead, the author explains these methods in common-sense terms that will be a welcome change for all who want to find solutions for their child's behavioral problems.
Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi
Kami tak menemukan resensi di tempat biasanya.
The Five Phases of a Behavioral Consultation Model
Suggestions and Tips for Consulting With Parents
Specific Solutions for Specific Child Problems
Whatlf Questions for Parents
Questions and Issues About Child Behavior During
Additional Components of the Advice Package
Components of the Family Advice Package
An Additional Component of the Advice Package Stipend
Edisi yang lain - Lihat semua
activity advice package Applied Behavior Analysis appropriate behavior asks baseline data behav Behavior Modification behavior occurs Behavior Therapy behavioral momentum behavioral parent training behavioral plan behavioral standard Bobby Brand X caregiver Chapter child behavior child compliance child management Child Psychology chores Clinical Clinical Psychology clinician collection compliance barometer comply Component consequences contingent daily report card data sheet Date Activity designated dining disruptive behavior earn easy command sequence effective engage example Forehand frequency guidelines homework hypothetical identified implementation inappropriate initial instructions intervention issues Johnny Journal minutes misbehavior mother NC NC NC Nintendo noncompliance barometer noncompliance occurs period play praise premeal presented privileges problem behaviors Question reinforcement researchers restaurant result Rhianna rule violations scream shopping trips spot checks stipend strategy Table tantrums targeted behavior targeted hard command task technique timer toys tracking treatment utensils Yes No Yes