6 edition of Engaging the resistant child through computers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 182-185).
|Statement||Maurice J. Elias, Brian S. Friedlander, and Steven E. Tobias.|
|Contributions||Friedlander, Brian S., Tobias, Steven E.|
|LC Classifications||LC4024 .E55 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||2003545372|
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Engaging the Resistant Child Through Computers: Engaging the resistant child through computers book Manual For Social and Emotional Learning Paperback – Octo by Brian Friedlander (Author), Steven Tobias (Author), Maurice Elias (Author) & 0 moreCited by: 4.
Engaging the Resistant Child through Computers: A Manual To Facilitate Social and Emotional Learning. Elias, Maurice J.; Friedlander, Brian S.; Tobias, Steven E. This book shows how to use readily accessible computer technology to engage hard-to-reach children, including those with attention deficit disorder, autism, aspergers, and developmental by: 4.
Engaging the Resistant Child Through Computers: A Manual to Facilitate Social and Emotional Learning by Brian S. Friedlander, Steven E. Tobias and Maurice J. Elias (, Paperback).
Engaging the resistant child through computers: a manual to facilitate social and emotional learning Author: Maurice J Elias ; Brian S Friedlander ; Steven E Tobias. This book shows how to use readily accessible computer technology to engage hard-to-reach children, including those with ADHD, ASD, Developmental Delays, and Emotional Disturbances.
Written for practicing clinicians, school psychologists, social workers, guidance counselors, teachers, and others who work with children (preschool ¿ adolescents), this resource is packed with powerful strategies. "Engaging Resistant Children in Therapy by David A. Crenshaw, PhD., is one of the most engaging 'how-to' books in recent memory.
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And while the sacrifices to read aloud are few, the benefits are many: Your child may learn to read better, think better, imagine more richly, and become a passionate and lifelong reader.
A skillful approach to resistance helps the youth become more aware of what they’re doing (the resistant behavior) and why they’re doing it (insight) and helps you prevent burnout and maintain a model of self-care. Below are 3 simple, yet powerful practices for engaging resistant young people.
James Lehman, who dedicated his life to behaviorally troubled youth, created The Total Transformation®, The Complete Guide to Consequences™, Getting Through To Your Child™, and Two Parents One Plan™, from a place of professional and personal experience.
Having had severe behavioral problems himself as a child, he was inspired to focus on. Making Sense of Noncompliant Behavior. Oftentimes we assume the child is engaging in resistant behaviors because he or she is willfully choosing not to comply with the adult’s request.
In other words, the sensory dimensions of the preferred activity (computer, books, specific toys or materials) serve the function of providing the. Epic is the leading digital library for kids 12 and under w children's books and educational videos.
Start your free trial today. Description: This book shows how to use readily accessible computer technology to engage hard-to-reach children, including those with ADHD, ASD, Developmental Delays, and Emotional Disturbances.
Written for practicing clinicians, school psychologists, social workers, guidance counselors, teachers, and others who work with children (preschool ¿ adolescents), this resource is packed with powerful. Jack and Annie have discovered a magical treehouse filled with books that transport them through time and space.
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Motivational interviewing is an approach which has often been used together with principles of the Stages of Change Model (DiClemente & Prochaska, ) which identified five elements of the change process: pre-contemplation, contemplation, determination, action, and maintenance.
The model has been described as a useful framework to assist child protection practitioners conceptualise the. The most important gain is the fun. Just when I think I know the child, I learn something new. there is so much to learn from playing. I think every adult should experience the fun in "child play" I learned the other day our truck is a fire truck and the tree branches was lion king.
But this was through the eyes of a : Trevor Cairney. It can be hard to get kids to agree to see a psychologist or a fact this is a common stumbling block for many parents of teenagers struggling with anything from anxiety to ADHD, depression, or an eating ’s not enough for you to see them suffering, or for it to be obvious to everyone around them that they’re not themselves and they need some kind of : Sal Pietro.
Engaging Difficult Clients By Lynn Grodzki, LCSW, MCC Therapists are telling me that they are seeing a new, concerning trend: a client asks for therapy, but proves difficult to engage.
Many of these clients find the therapist via the Internet, are new to therapy, and have unrealistic expectations. Let me explain:File Size: KB.
If you inwardly cringe when a client becomes resistant to the counseling or psychotherapy you're providing, take heart. Encountering resistance is likely evidence that therapy is taking place.
In fact, several studies indicate that successful therapy is highly related to increases in resistance, and that low resistance corresponds with negative outcomes. 1 There is an upper level of resistance. Engaging with parents in the child protection process The involuntary client is one who does not willingly seek the services of a helper or agency.
Child Protection social workers are only too familiar with the experience of working with families who are resistant to intervention from the social services and express this in a variety of ways.
A common manner in which clients are resistant to treatment is their failure tofoUow through with homework assignments or other agreed-upon courses of action between sessions.
This form of resistance is especially troublesome in that many opportunities for therapeutic learning and practice in the natural environment. Caseworker Core Module II: Engaging Families in Family-Centered Child Protective Services Written by IHS for the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program – FINAL - July 1 of 2 Engaging Families in Family-Centered Child Protective Services Agenda and Objectives Section I: Introductions and Awareness BuildingFile Size: 1MB.Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 A joint position statement of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College T elevision was once the newest technology in our homes, and then came videos and computers.
Today’s children are growing.Engaging the Disengaged 4 Programmes were targeting those students showing characteristics associated with being at risk of temporary disconnection from learning Schools had adopted a formalised approach to identifying students; however this often included a mix of ‘hard’ outcome measures and ‘softer’ behavioural or attitudinal Size: KB.