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No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-Of-Control Behavior 1st Edition
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If you are a parent with similar circumstances---or if you are a mental care professional, this is a book that can improve your life!
Thanks Dr. Baker.
There's countless other types of "meltdowns" that this book provides specific, easy to understand strategies for handling and preventing that will be helpful to any parent that faces them regularly.
The book starts by helping you identify what triggers the specific type of meltdown - a demand that's not being met, not wanting to wait for gratification, threats to self image or unmet wishes or demands for attention. Within those, it goes on to give the specific examples of meltdowns with a case study, ideas for changing the trigger, strategies fo defusing the situation immediately, and ways to prevent it from happening again.
Bottom Line: An easy to read, easy to to follow guide to help you understand, defuse and prevent virtually any type of meltdown your child may do regularly.
No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-Of-Control Behavior
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent resource for dealing with challenging behaviors of young children.Published 2 months ago by J-Nice
It was a good book as far as letting us know how t handle our granddaughter. It had almost too much technical information that didn't relate to our problems, found myself scanning... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John N Trakas
When I first brought my son in for an ASD evaluation, meltdowns were were the center of our world. This was at the top of the list for book recommendations by the medical staff. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crystal
Sorry, I was hoping for more. I was looking for information on how to help my grandson that has been diagnosed with the Autism Spectrum Disorder.Published 4 months ago by Michael G Root