Working with Aggressive Youth: A Sourcebook for Child Care Providers
Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, 1989 - Education - 100 pages
This book will help you understand the roots of aggressive behavior and how you can reverse the pattern and help youth develop positive relationships with adults and peers. Learn how your emotional control can defuse a crisis situation and help the youth regain control. The book describes how to build on the special strengths and qualities of youth and to teach them alternative ways of behaving.
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Chapter Two Assessing Aggressive Behavior In Children
Chapter Three Setting Boundaries For Aggressive Behavior
Chapter Six Teaching Alternatives To Aggressive Behaviors
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