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This accomplished account of emotional and behavioural difficulties in little ones can also be a pragmatic consultant to the evaluation and administration of such teenagers. it will likely be important to all overall healthiness pros.

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I want to try and stop shouting at you in the morning so I’m going to put out your clothes for you to get dressed. ’ A simple start like this can be the first goal of change. The parents may need some help in learning to say positive statements to their child and in identifying the times at which to say them. Learning to 40 Positive parenting explain their feelings to the child also helps the child realize the impact of his or her behaviour on the parent. A statement such as ‘That makes me feel very angry/unhappy/sad/upset when you do that’ rather than immediately shouting at the child enables parents to stand back from their immediate emotional reactions and also teach the child awareness of other people’s feelings.

Attending is simply describing what the child is doing, rather like a running commentary on the activity. This provides a constant source of attention and makes sure that the child realizes that the parent is fully participating. The commentary can be just descriptive: ‘Oh, you’re putting the clothes on the dolly. Where’s the skirt? Oh, yes there it is. That’s a bit tight to put on. Oh, what a squeeze. Poor dolly’s legs. Where are her pants? I wonder if they’re in the basket? ’ This could be the observation of a mother about her daughter’s play which does not demand any interaction from the child but is verbalizing what perhaps the child is thinking.

Each child was able to earn a sticker so that they would all be motivated to behave. It worked on the first day of application. Each child was proud of how good they had been, each of them earning three stickers for the three meals. Some therapists express concern that a child may become addicted to earning stickers and that it may be difficult to wean them off charts. In reality children usually start to lose interest after about two weeks once they realize that they can earn them relatively easily.

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