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Help for Billy: A Beyond Consequences Approach to Helping Challenging Children in the Classroom Paperback – December 20, 2012
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In her new book, Help for Billy, Heather Forbes provides with deep insight a manual for parents and teachers addressing essential methods for managing the school-room behavior of the child with complex trauma. She presents the essential concept of regulatory rather than behavioral dysfunction in the disruptive child, and provides a wealth of strategies for both the parent and teacher to apply to help the child to self-regulate. This groundbreaking book should be required reading for both. --Robert Scaer, MD, Author, The Body Bears the Burden, The Trauma Spectrum, and Eight Keys to Brain-Body Balance
Help for Billy brings a compassionate voice to the thousands of children who attend every school in America who have been impacted by trauma, and the significant disadvantage that stress has on brain development. Heather clearly lays out the brain research and shows that we are trying to force round pegs into square holes. --Jim Sporleder, Principal at Lincoln High School, Walla Walla, Washington
Help for Billy is a must read for anyone looking to understand, support, and teach challenging and easily frustrated children. Heather writes with knowledge of a professional and the heart of a parent. --Jenniffer Adkins, Parent to a traumatized child
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1. This book is concise and to the point and not cumbersome or confusing.
2. It's very practical and gives great examples and suggestions.
3. It's on point with everything I know and have read about trauma and intervention.