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Parenting The Crisis

Author : Tracey Jensen
ISBN : 9781447325055
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This book examines how pathologising ideas of failing, chaotic and dysfunctional families create a powerful consensus that Britain is in the grip of a ‘parent crisis’ and are used to justify increasingly punitive state policies.

The Parenting Crisis

Author : G. Scott Wooding
ISBN : 1550418432
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Parenting Crisis is published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside.

Parenting For Crisis Avoidance

Author : Joseph J. Callahan Callahan III
ISBN : 1450068537
Genre : Family & Relationships
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How often do parents ask themselves, "What can I do to improve my child's behavior?" Parents experience a multitude of challenges in guiding their children toward responsible adulthood. In this book the author shows not only the what and why of effective parenting, but more importantly, the how via 22 powerful Tips and 101 powerful Tools. Use the Tips and Tools to become a more available and persistent parent and stay on the path of effective parenting.

The Identity Crisis Of Parenting

Author : Terri Gregory
ISBN : 145258088X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Parenting coach Terri Gregory has finally put her work into words. You can learn to become the parent you’ve always wanted to be, improve your relationship with your child, and begin to awaken your own dreams. Terri is a consultant for change. Her humorous and kind perspective on parenting may just change your life and the life of your child. Don’t go home without it!

Crisis Intervention With Children And Families

Author : Stephen M. Auerbach
ISBN : UOM:39015016215736
Genre : Medical
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Kids In Crisis

Author : Ross Wright
ISBN : 9780805443998
Genre : Family & Relationships
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For parents hoping to prevent a child's future rebellion or solve a current serious behavioral problem.

The Whole Parenting Guide

Author : Alan Reder
ISBN : CORNELL:31924073239109
Genre : Psychology
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At The End Of Your Rope There S Hope

Author : Susan Noyes Anderson
ISBN : 1573452491
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Black Child In Crisis

Author : Johann Le Roux
ISBN : UVA:X002328746
Genre : Blacks
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This publication offers a socio-educational perspective on the problems of the black children in South Africa and is designed for student teachers, teachers, parents and social workers.

Parenting Through Crisis

Author : Barbara Coloroso
ISBN : 0061995452
Genre : Family & Relationships
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In this companion to her bestselling Kids are Worth It!, parenting educator Barbara Coloroso shows how parents can help children find a way through grief and sorrow during the difficult times of death, illness, divorce, and other upheavals. She offers concrete, compassionate ideas for supporting children as they navigate the emotional ups and downs that accompany loss, assisting them in developing their own constructive ways of responding to what life hands them. At the heart of her approach is what she calls the T.A.0. of Family -- Time, Affection, and Optimism -- coupled with her deep understanding of how people move through grief. Barbara Coloroso's clear answers to difficult questions are enriched by uplifting humor and insightful anecdotes from her own experiences as a Franciscan nun, mother of three, and her thirty years as a parenting educator. With this Guide in hand, parents can feel assured that they are responding with wisdom and love when children need them most.

Overcoming The Alienation Crisis

Author : Shawn McCall Psy D. Esq
ISBN : 1735099406
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Overcoming the Alienation Crisis is a must-have resource for professionals and parents wanting to restore parent-child relationships. Psychologists Moran, McCall, and Sullivan present a balanced view of alienation, coparenting conflict dynamics, and parent-child resist refuse problems. Drawing on decades of experience as clinical forensic experts with family court cases, they drill down into the everyday challenges and dilemmas parents face when a child resists or refuses contact with a parent."

Children Today

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ISBN : WISC:89007545288
Genre : Child welfare
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Crisis And The Classroom

Author : Deborah J. Hill
ISBN : 9780398073633
Genre : Education
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Part III concentrates on negotiation and communication skills that are often the most crucial aspects of successful crisis management programs. The final section of this book is about healing and has been gathered from a variety of sources. In particular, the chapter on grief and loss is the result of interviewing many people around the world over the past 15 years, in the wake of a variety of tragedies. This section of the book also looks at practical ways to cope with the aftermath of crisis, including stress management techniques, various forms of traditional and alternative therapies, and the use of humor as a defense mechanism and coping strategy. One of the purposes of this book is to gather practical information and to organize and consolidate it for easy reference. Although this book was originally written for teachers, it will also prove helpful to anyone who is associated with schools."--BOOK JACKET.

Parenting Reassessed

Author : June Andrews Horowitz
ISBN : UOM:39015005995504
Genre : Families
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The Self Parenting Program

Author : John K. Pollard
ISBN : 155874214X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Provides a step-by-step guide through the self-parenting process of transforming a negative inner parent into a postive one

The Encyclopedia Of Christian Parenting

Author : Leslie R. Keylock
ISBN : 0800755405
Genre : Family & Relationships
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School Violence And Children In Crisis

Author : Joshua Miller
ISBN : CORNELL:31924089475713
Genre : Psychology
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School Violence and Children in Crisis uses a holistic approach to show how schools, families, and community agencies can build partnerships to reduce school violence. The book examines various theoretical perspectives to facilitate understanding of the etiology and consequences of school, family, and community violence. The authors cover crisis teams, teacher interventions, debriefing, group psychotherapy, and building partnerships for success. The final part of this text presents community interventions, suggesting that community-based clinical social workers take leadership in collaborations to build systems of care. This effective resource provides practical insight into the emerging culture of violence in our schools and is specially designed to help school social workers, counselors, and community leaders address this critical issue. This work: presents specific interventions to alleviate violent behavior in schools; and emphasizes building partnerships between schools, families, and community agencies. The coverage includes ideas for parents to help their children in coping with the aftermath of trauma. It also includes a step-by-step plan to prevent school violence.

People In Crisis

Author : Lee Ann Hoff
ISBN : UOM:39015050797813
Genre : Medical
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Written by a pioneer in the field of community mental health, this updated edition of a classic crisis counseling resource helps prepare health care professionals and volunteers to work with the most vulnerable members of society--victims of crime, the homeless, battered wives, victims of environmental threat, and immigrants. An ideal book for those in social work.

Parenting Passages

Author : David R. Veerman
ISBN : 0842350985
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People In Crisis 7 X 10

Author : Lee Ann Hoff
ISBN : UOM:39015016302120
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A Valuable Resource for Crisis Intervention ''With societal problems increasing, this book is critical for its usefulness to a wide variety of clinical concerns.... A must for all practitioners in primary care settings.''--Ann W. Burgess, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Now in its fourth edition, this is a comprehensive guide to the current theory and practice of successful strategies for working with people in crisis. This timely book takes a holistic approach, providing information for understanding, assessing, and intervening. It focuses on the victim/survivor and the assailant, and details how to administer prevention, crisis intervention, and follow-up care.

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