Book 1: Introducing The Body Life Skills Program: 3 Steps to Understanding and Changing Behaviour

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Fabic Publishing, 2017 - Psychology - 296 pages

The Body Life Skills program offers a simple, practical, user friendly and life changing 3-step process that brings about lasting behaviour change.

Individuals, families and industries related to challenging and/or unwanted behaviour, mental health and psychological well-being are reporting a steady rise in negative statistics. This is concerning and suggests the current and traditional approach is clearly not working.

The Body Life Skills program presents a series of books that will revolutionise Behaviour Change, Psychological Well-Being and Mental Health for all those ready and willing to take an honest look at the current approach and appreciate we need another way.

The Body Life Skills program, when implemented successfully, brings about positive and lasting change for individuals, families, groups, organisations and government departments, even in cases when other attempts have failed.

This series is for those who are serious about bringing true and lasting change.

The Body Life Skills program is suitable for anyone ready to truly understand and change unwanted behaviour used by self or any other person right across the board.

 

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Contents

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1
CHAPTER
12
CHAPTER 2
32
CHAPTER 3
64
CHAPTER 4
90
CHAPTER 7
97
CHAPTER 5
114
CHAPTER 6
164
CHAPTER 8
240
CHAPTER 9
274
CHAPTER 10
288
THANK YOU
295

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About the author (2017)

Behaviour Specialist and Counsellor

Assoc Dip Ed. (Child Care), BHlthSci. (BehMgt), MBehMgt, MCoun

Tanya Curtis brings a simple, practical and very effective approach to behaviour change which is based on supporting people to develop concrete, successful skills to respond to day-to-day challenges while simultaneously valuing each person for the amazing and lovable being they innately are.

Many people describe Tanya’s work to be ‘completely life changing’.

Tanya founded Fabic (Functional Assessment and Behavioural Interventions Centre)in 2006. Fabic is a multi-disciplinary Behaviour Specialist Clinic based on the Gold Coast, Australia that offers local, national and international consultation and training services to support with understanding and changing behaviour.

Tanya leads a team of highly qualified and caring Behaviour Specialists, Psychologists, Autism Specialists, Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Counsellors, as well as a dedicated administrative staff.

In her practice Tanya works with government departments, organisations, groups, families, couples and people of all ages using any behaviour they would prefer not to be using … now that is all of us!

Tanya supports those who come to Fabic to understand the reasons behind their unwanted behaviours and develop the tools and life skills to be free to make different choices in the future and thus live their full potential.

Tanya is renowned for supporting with behaviour change in the tough cases that others have all but given up on – cases including but not limited to life-long depression, anxiety attacks, extreme behaviours in children, marriages on the brink of divorce, workplaces overwhelmed with staff dynamics, intense family environments and people who have been institutionalised with eating disorders or drug and alcohol addiction.

Tanya began working as a Behaviour Specialist in a university and clinical setting when she first graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in 2002 and continued in the university setting while completing her Master’s degrees. Tanya has successfully completed:

• Master of Behaviour Management

• Master of Counselling

• Bachelor of Health Science (Behaviour Management)

• Associate Diploma of Education (Child Care)

On completion of her Master’s degrees, Tanya transitioned to a full-time clinical setting and has committed to regular and ongoing professional and personal development as part of her dedication to supporting others.

At the heart of the principles in this and future books, Tanya accepts and embraces all individuals for the awesome, amazing and lovable being they naturally are and knows without any doubt that behaviour is not who a person is, it is what they do; and thus, all behaviour can be changed when factors surrounding behaviour change are conducive

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