Parent Group Handbook for Calming the Family Storm

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Impact Publishers, 2005 - Psychology - 57 pages
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Calming the Family Storm is a powerful resource for families dealing with anger issues. The Parent Group Handbook is a helpful handbook for families and organizations that want to work together to study the book's many helpful procedures. The Handbook offers ideas for organizing groups, group leadership skills, and charts for dividing Calming the Family Storm into chapters for each group session. Includes both six-week and seven-week lesson plans, questions for each chapter, ideas for making the most of skill practice and journal work.
 

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Gary D. McKay, PhD (Tucson, Arizona) is the co-author of twelve books and programs, including How You Feel is Up To You , Raising Respectful Kids In a Rude World and Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) , the world's leading parent education program. He is a retired psychologist and a diplomate in Adlerian Psychology (North American Society of Adlerian Psychology - NASAP) who conducts workshops for his publications in North America and Europe.

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