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Managing Difficult Behaviour - a Workshop: Practical Ways to Deal with Difficult Behaviour in Children (Parenting Workshop Series) [Paperback]

Sonya Hinton , Alison Shakspeare , Clare Elsom

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22 Aug 2008 1857411668 978-1857411669
Managing difficult behaviour is usually one of the top concerns of parents. "Managing Difficult Behaviour" provides a one-off workshop to be used with parents and carers of children aged 3 to over 8 years. It is not intended for those parents whose difficulties with their child are longstanding or complex, but rather those who are experiencing mild to moderate difficulties in managing their child's behaviour. The manual provides clear guidance on running a two-hour workshop and includes photocopiable support materials. There is a parent booklet to accompany the workshop which provides help and guidance and lots of practical strategies to help parents deal with difficult behaviour. All the materials are reassuring, practical and accessible, and have a sound theoretical basis.

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Sonya Hinton is very experienced in supporting parents and has written about this subject and spoken about it on TV and the radio.

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