The Video SOS Help for Parents: Includes VHS & DVD video, Leader's Guide, Parent Handouts, SOS Book & Skills Test

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9780935111446: The Video SOS Help for Parents: Includes VHS & DVD video, Leader's Guide, Parent Handouts, SOS Book & Skills Test
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SOS Help For Parents: A Practical Guide For Handling Common Everyday Behavior Problems is a book and parent education program, which helps children, two to twelve to improve their behavior and emotional adjustment. SOS is available in eight languages and is recommended by psychologists, pediatricians, and teachers worldwide.

SOS teaches over 20 methods for helping children and offers the most helpful instructions available for using time-out. The Video SOS Help For Parents, also available, is based on SOS and is used by counselors and parent educators in numerous countries. Quizzes, Index of 46 Problem Behaviors, 100 engaging illustrations, contains humor, and is enjoyable to read.

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The author of SOS is Lynn Fred Clark, PhD, a clinical psychologist who lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He is Professor of Psychology at Western Kentucky University and has taught as an Adjunct Professor of Education for Boston University.

Dr. Clark has extensive professional experience in community mental health centers, hospitals, counseling centers, and community agencies. He is the father of two sons and is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.

Review:

"Lynn Clark drew on his 20 years of working with Parents and children when he wrote SOS Help For Parents." -- USA Today

"SOS is an extremely comprehensive book...an excellent book. We highly recommend it." -- Journal of Clinical Child Psychology

Parents learn methods for helping children to improve their behavior, and will receive basic techniques for aiding a variety of child personalities, from the stubborn and willful child to time-out basics. Chapters focus on the basic skills of time-out and how parents can use these techniques to further a child's behavior modification. -- Midwest Book Review

SOS is likely to evoke the attitudes, feelings, and impulses most parents experience." -- Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

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