Dysinhibition Syndrome: How to Handle Anger and Rage in Your Child Or Spouse
A godsend for every parent and professional who has ever been confronted with the perplexing and frustrating challenges of unpredictable and uncontrollable outbursts that seemingly have no rhyme or reason. This book provides some realistic approaches and a wide variety of simple, doable techniques for coping at home, in school and in life. The author is a social worker who first struggled with these challenges in her own home and then with her clients.
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Dysinhibition Syndrome Criteria
Evaluating Triggering Factors
Strategies for Managing the Dysinhibited
Problems in Management
Treatment Options and Interventions
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