The Parental Tool Box for Parents and Clinicians
Written By: ,
Publisher: Authors Republic
Date: May 2019
Duration: 10 hours 14 minutes
The Parental Tool Box is a compilation of strategies, perspectives, and skills to be used by parents and clinicians which effectively promote personal development and improved relationships between children, adolescents, and families. The book focuses on creating a family environment of mutual respect with many proactive strength based strategies to maximize personal growth and development. It also teaches ways to avoid power struggles with verbal tools for the parent and clinician. Each chapter ends with a quick review of how the skills tend to the total child: how they effectively help Reframe their attitude, Replace their undesirable habits, and Rewire the biochemistry/neurology maintaining the behavior. Home Improvement Exercises are included for practicing the skills and strategies.
The comprehensiveness of The Parental Tool Box makes it an ideal ongoing resource which helps parents effectively deal with any problematic behavior. Emphasizing attachment theory and family values help insure the parental experience is rewarding and comfortable. The clinician is able to use this as a resource for working with the parents and families. It is written by two professionals who have each over 40 years in the field and have practiced and taught all of these tools in a multitude of settings.