Working With Parents of Aggressive Children: A Practitioner's Guide (School Psychology (APA))

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With youth violence becoming more alarming in its intensity and frequency, Timothy Cavell offers a framework for intervening with aggressive school-age children. Cavell maintains that turning around aggressive tendencies requires therapy that will reestablish the broken bonds between parent and child. His method, called Responsive Parent Therapy, includes the skills training component of common parent training programmes but goes beyond them to support the restructuring of the family itself. The goal of Responsive Parent Therapy is to help parents establish and maintain healthy emotional bonds that will socialize their child. The author shows how therapists can help to rebuild family bonds by addressing parenting goals, family structure and parental self-care. The author also shares empirical findings on the aetiology, behavioural correlates and prognosis for aggressive children and provides information on assessment and diagnosis. Scripts, information sheets, worksheets and tips from Cavell's own extensive clinical experience make this book eminently practical.

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Public concerns over youth violence have led to questions about how pr ofessionals can help parents whose children are at risk for becoming v iolent. In this highly readable volume, Timothy Cavell meets these qu estions head on. His innovative model of parent therapy, Responsive P arent Therapy, is designed for families with aggressive school-age chi ldren. This model expands upon and updates current parent-training pr ograms that target primarily preschool children. Responsive Parent Th erapy assumes that the socialization of aggressive children requires s ustained participation in a particular kind of parent-child relationsh ip - one characterized by emotional acceptance, behavioral containment , and prosocial guidance and modeling. The chief task for practitione rs is to help parents find the combination of acceptance, containment, and prosocial guidance that is most realistic given the parent, the c hild, and the social context for child rearing.

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