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Learning from behavior : how to understand and help "challenging" children in school

Author: James E Levine
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, ©2007.
Series: Child psychology and mental health.
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"In Learning from Behavior, James Levine shows us how to observe, question, and think about problem behaviors in such a way that we can understand what is motivating the children to act as they do. Behavior often represents what the child cannot communicate, due to language limitations, level of psychological development, or traumatic experience." "Cases included in this book range from noncompliance and poor  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James E Levine
ISBN: 9780275990404 0275990400
OCLC Number: 86117369
Description: xxviii, 132 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Stop, look, and listen : understanding behavior and the significance of relationships --
2. Common mental health diagnoses : how they impact children --
3. Translating the notions of meaning and relationship : helping strategies in action (or the twenty-six commandments) --
4. Constructing behavioral imterventions : why we need more than a template --
5. The nut and bolts : developing, introducing, and implementing the behavioral model --
6. Case studies --
7. Going forward.
Series Title: Child psychology and mental health.
Responsibility: James E. Levine ; foreword by Sophie Freud.
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Understanding children's problem behaviours in school - seeing beyond the surface actions to reveal and name the root needs fuelling those actions - is vital to help the child. This book shows us how  Read more...

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