At the heart of this book is a healthy collection of winning ways to bring about helpful organizational and behavioral changes for all children, including those who "do it tough"; who learn differently and think they can't.
This is the perfect book for parent resource libraries and for educators and counselors who work with parents. Raising children is hard work and for some families, the struggle with one child threatens the family's cohesion which can spill over into the classroom. This book will help alleviate many of the common difficulties by providing practical, specific strategies to help children improve behavior and learning, and develop emotional resilience and friendships. If you need strategies for parents to implement in the home or would like to provide a resource that parents will actually use -- this book is it! This book should be available in all parent resource libraries.
Parenting Tough Kids will help alleviate many of the common difficulties by providing practical, specific strategies to help children improve behavior and learning, and develop emotional resilience and friendships. Filled with actual case studies and practical ideas useful to every parent this refreshing approach keeps the focus on building improved structures and behaviors, rather than becoming stuck and seeing a child as 'the problem child'. The book includes 40 reproducible forms.
Appropriate for children ages 8-13. 117 pages. 2007