Resources and Books for Parents | Training series for Parents, Teachers, and children. Incredible Babies: A Guide and Journal of Your Baby's First Year. this term will be used to refer to young children with ODD and CD) or both) are one of the most costly of mental disorders to society because such a large. The Incredible Years Paperback – 1 Mar This item:The Incredible Years by Carolyn Webster-Stratton Paperback £ The Incredible Years: A Trouble-Shooting Guide for Parents of Children Aged.
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The Incredible Years by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Incredible Years Trouble Shooting Guide book. Read 28 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A trouble-shooting guide for parents of ch. Incredible Years: A Troubleshooting Guide for Parents of Children Aged 3 to 8 Learn to craft with these books curated by site Book Review Editor, Seira.
You want to build up to the end chapters. EVERY parent should read this if they want a well behaved, happy child. Paul and I have been reading this book in preparation for become parents. It offers great advice on raising children. This is a great book. The principles in the book are explained clearly. I work with psychologists who teach this program to children and their parents and the children's transformations are remarkable. The parents transformations are as well.
The book says for children but these principles can be taught and are effective for people of all ages. May 18, Brandon rated it it was amazing. Incredibly dense with useful information.
Should be mandatory reading even for non-parents. Sep 21, T. Scott rated it liked it. A great resource. Jun 10, Samantha rated it really liked it. Dec 02, Veronica Keatch rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ok got recommended by my dr really know info in the book a few things helped basic book at times boring. Mar 10, Seanbob Kelly rated it it was amazing. I loved it.
Helped me with my kids.
Dec 23, Yvonne rated it liked it Shelves: I read this book as well as taking the class that goes with it. I feel like the first part of the book is best suited to parents of very young children, perhaps under 5. I think if your children are over 5 it's too late to apply these concepts without alienating your children or deeply embarrassing them.
The information they give for children school age and above will pretty much set you I read this book as well as taking the class that goes with it. The information they give for children school age and above will pretty much set you up to being a helicopter parent.
For instance, suggesting the best way to improve your child's social skills is by selecting a friend for them and having a highly structured play date supervised by you at all times, so you can praise them for following the highly structured rules you setup before said play date. Um, not really the advice that works for me I read about half of the book and skimmed the rest.
The book was written in the 70s, with some updated information. I feel like this book was probably revolutionary in it's time, but more modern theories have been developed since then, which makes this book feel dated.
I would recommend this book to a new parent with no experience as a place to start and then would have them move onto The Whole Brain Child, No-Drama Discipline, and Boundaries with Kids as much better texts.
Feb 09, Kristy rated it really liked it Shelves: A really useful book, some of it you read and think 'oh yeah, why didn't I see it that way, duh. I know I'm asking too much; if Webster-Stratton came up with techniques that involved very little thought or effort she would be a Goddess and the world would be overrun by A really useful book, some of it you read and think 'oh yeah, why didn't I see it that way, duh.
I know I'm asking too much; if Webster-Stratton came up with techniques that involved very little thought or effort she would be a Goddess and the world would be overrun by kids because those parents who go 'another kid?
Feb 19, Adam rated it it was amazing. I have read a handful of self-help, learn how to parent, set boundaries, be loving, etc. This book hands down is the best one I've read.
It gives great tools to use in parenting, but also great tools in simply communicating, problem solving, handling emotions correctly in settings with people of all ages.
Parents can use the Baby Dinosaur Puppet to reinforce and review the concepts and skills that children have learned. For example, parents ask children to help Baby Dina learn how to be friendly, solve problems, and follow the family rules.
We know that many Dina group leaders around the world have wanted to add this puppet to their collection and now an inexpensive version is finally available. Use Oscar to help children learn to solve problems and not hide from them.
Each puppet is sold separately. These small books are designed for parents and teachers to use with children in small groups or one-on-one. Wally encounters difficult situations and learns lessons. Children are prompted to suggest possible solutions and act out their solutions using puppets.
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site Reviews. Sort by: Most Helpful Most Recent. Eric What were they thinking with that music? April ludlow Stu H Really annoying music destroys concentration I downloaded this on recommendation from a friend who works with children as I have been struggling as a working dad to have happy experiences with my 18 month old daughter.