|10 Days to a Less Defiant Child|
The Breakthrough Program for Overcoming Your Child`s Difficult Behavior
Occasional clashes between parents and children are not uncommon, but when defiant behavior — such as tantrums, resistance to chores, and negativity — becomes chronic, it can cause big problems within the family. In 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child, child and family psychologist Dr. Jeff Bernstein has developed a ground-breaking 10-day program to help parents gain back control over their defiant child or teen. This powerful and exceptionally reader-friendly guide explains what causes defiance in kids, why it's so destructive to the family, and shows parents step-by-step how they can end the behavior.
Simple-to-follow and extremely effective, 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child will bring much-needed relief to the millions of frustrated parents out there living with defiant children.
Author: Jeffrey Bernstein, PhD
Publisher: De Capo Press, 2006
Format: Book, paperback, 287 pages
|Angry Kids and Frustrated Parents|
Practical Ways to Prevent Reduce Aggression in Your Children
A guide for parents wanting to prevent, or struggling with, children’s aggressive behavior. Shows you how to stop negative behavior and use a technique called Crisis Teaching, which will help you stay clam, teach your child self-control, and deliver consequences to discourage such behavior. And you’ll discover how to teach your child to solve problems without resorting to tantrums or violence.
Author: Terry L. Hyland Ferry Davis, Ph.D.
Publisher: Boys Town Press, 1999
Format: Book, paperback,164 pages
|Avoiding Power Struggles With Kids|
Has your child discovered he or she can control the volume of your voice and the color of your face? Kids seem to be masters at hooking adults into control battles. They keep us busy fighting lots of little skirmishes that we'll never win in a million years-and drain us of the energy we need to fight the more important battles that we can win.
Authors: Jim Fay and Foster Cline, M.D.
Publisher: The Love and Logic Press, Inc., 1996
Format: 2 Audio cassettes, 1 hour and 5 minutes
|Behavior Management Using Supportive Control|
Traditional methods of discipline will often fail with children who have been abused or neglected. In this insightful videotape, Dr. Vera Fahlberg presents Supportive Control, an alternative method of behavior management.
Dr. Fahlberg speaks openly, compassionately, and informatively on the importance of positive solutions. She brings the prospect of hope to families who care for abused and neglected children.
Produced by: Northwest Media, Inc., 2003
Format: DVD, 95 minutes, with discussion guide
If you've done logic, consequences, behavior modification, yelling, isolating, and more ...well, cry no more and stop pulling out your hair! This video recording will bring you solutions and a deeper understanding of the book, Beyond Consequences, Logic, and Control. This presentation follows the concepts of this book and gives you more real-life application to empower you to implement the Beyond Consequence principles to bring peace to your family.
Produced by: Beyond Consequences Institute, 2007
Format: 4-Part DVD Set, Unknown running time
|Catch `Em Being Good|
Happier Kids, Happier Parents through Effective Praise
Catch 'Em Being Good shows parents how to break the cycle of criticism and concentrate on the good things their children are doing, thereby making everyone in the family happier. Dramatized vignettes offer realistic examples of how to share your positive feelings with your children in a way that will motivate them to please you again.
Publisher: Boys Town Press, 1988
Format: Video, 10 minutes
This video is based on the belief that behavior is learned. Through proven techniques, humor, and dramatized examples, this program addresses the issue of child discipline. It is designed to teach techniques that reinforce appropriate behavior and modify inappropriate behavior. The purpose and place of discipline, and the difference between discipline and punishment are described.
Author: United Learning
Publisher: United Learning, 1995
Format: 1 Video cassette, 29 minutes; 1 Guide, 18 pages
|Childhood Lying, Stealing and Cheating|
On this audiocassette, child psychiatrist Foster W. Cline, M.D., shares easy-to-understand strategies for helping children of all ages learn honesty and integrity. Dr. Cline explains how techniques of the Love and Logic philosophy guide children away from manipulative, dishonest behaviors while avoiding destructive adult-child power struggles. You'll hear helpful ways of addressing serious issues, such as ditching school, stealing, lying about problems, privacy and more!
Author: Foster W. Cline, M.D.
Publisher: The Love and Logic Press, 1999
Format: 1 Audiocassette, 90 minutes
The approach outlined in this book, based on the Boys Town Teaching Model, can help concerned caregivers work successfully with youth who rely on aggressive, antisocial, and destructive behaviors, while keeping themselves and the youth safe.
Author: Michael Sterba, M.H.D., Jerry Davis, Ph.D.
Publisher: Boys Town Press, 1999
Format: Book, paperback, 148 pages
Kids exhibiting acting out behaviors in families usually do so for underlying reasons. There could be low self-esteem, drug activity, or conscious or unconscious power struggles. It's important for parents to learn to deal with both the surface behaviors and the underlying problems.
Topics covered include:
Why kids act out
Producer: Magna Systems, A Linkletter Films video, 1999
Format: VHS, 17 minutes