Children's Friendship Training

Children's Friendship Training

by Fred D. Frankel, Robert J. Myatt

First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.See more details below


First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Table of Contents


Purpose and organization of this manual oA self-contained guide for the clinician oTraining socially valid behaviors oMaintaining treatment integrity oOrganization of this manual oRelated resources

Section I. Background
Chapter 1. Reasons to Treat Peer Relationship Problems
Chapter 2. Assessment of Outcomes
Chapter 3. Types of Children's Social Skills Treatment
Chapter 4. Common Diagnoses of Children Obtaining Training
Chapter 5. Research on the UCLA Children's Friendship Program

Section II. Preparing for Treatment
Chapter 6. Screening
Chapter 7. Intake
Chapter 8. Program Infrastructure

Section III. Session Content
Chapter 9. Introductory Session/Setting the Stage
Chapter 10. Conversational Skills
Chapter 11. "Slipping In"/Reputation/Using Community Resources
Chapter 12. Taking "No" for an Answer/Gender and Age Issues
Chapter 13. Rules of a Good Sport/Social Goals
Chapter 14. Rules of a Good Sport/Positive Statements
Chapter 15. Making a Best Friend/Play Dates
Chapter 16. Resisting Teasing
Chapter 17. Respect Towards Adults
Chapter 18. Managing Competition/Gender Differences
Chapter 19. Avoiding Physical Fights
Chapter 20. Graduation


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