6 edition of Getting Through to Difficult Kids and Parents found in the catalog.
September 29, 2004
by The Guilford Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||244|
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"Getting Through to Difficult Kids and Parents is a treasure for the new millennium: Ron Taffel is a passionate, systemic thinker who never loses sight of individual differences.
His entirely accessible suggestions and compelling case examples offer hope and inspiration to weary professionals and uncertain novices by: 5.
Getting Through to Difficult Kids and Parents book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From experienced therapist Ron Taffel- /5. “Getting Through My Parents’ Divorce is a very important and timely book.
Written by two experts in the field, this book provides detailed, hands-on guidance for children struggling to make sense of the often chaotic and overwhelming feelings that can result from divorce/5(31). Get this from a library. Getting through to difficult kids and parents: uncommon sense for child professionals.
[Ron Taffel]. Here are some books I highly recommend that can help children through these difficult times: Two Homes by Claire Masurel – This illustrated piece takes on a very gentle approach to the divorce situation and highlights the positives of each home and the parent involved in it.
We believe this is a great book that discourages pitting parents against each other and focusing on the good qualities each parent has for their child. A great story can help your kids make sense of what's happening when parents split up — and the complex emotions they're feeling.
Consider reading one of these books about divorce with your kiddos. Getting Through to Difficult Kids and Parents book and completely revised, the classic and definitive work on parenting hard-to-raise children with new sections on ADHD and the latest medications for childhood disorders.
Temperamentally difficult children can confuse and upset even experienced parents and teachers. They often act defiant, stubborn, loud, aggressive, or. How to help--and cope with--the difficult child/5(34). He focuses on getting parents to understand, accept and work with their child’s temperament—an innate trait we are all born with: “To be an expert parent you primarily need to understand and accept your child for the person he truly is (not the child you wished you had) and to do your best to adapt your parenting style to the temperament.
From sharing and the democratic process to divorce and bereavement, these picture books all tackle tricky subjects with warmth, humour and understanding. Some are more suitable for younger children and others will be appreciated by tweens, but they all make difficult. She focuses more on the parent, helping you understand your own emotions and how to control them so you can parent better.
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The book reflects Taffel's understanding of the unprecedented demands on family life today. She teaches parents of toddlers through teenagers to cooperate, communicate, and love each other. Read this book, try out the advice, and watch your household become calmer. Positive Discipline.
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At the end of the day, this book. Parents may not be able to create the competitive tension of a classroom, but sometimes, tackling the first few chapters of a book and talking through it helps kids.
Since young children love to read along and shout out answers, this book is perfect for engaging them and teaching about appreciation, manners, and. Kids can then learn more through provided activities, and parents can help encourage a conversation around the book, with help from family discussion questions.
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Those of you with a difficult child understand. You feel marked, and even judged, by your child’s personal struggles. You hang your head around people who “know” about the problem.
You assume they see you as a failure. If you were a good parent, surely your children would be well-behaved, love God, and have good manners.8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD book cover 3 of 10 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD.
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