From Defiance To Cooperationby John F. Taylor
How do you deal with a difficult and defiant child or teenager? What can you do if your child has been diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) or is resentful and constantly in trouble at school? Are there constructive ways to channel such oppositional energy and/i>/b>
Change Your Child's Life! Turn Negative Behavior into Positive Traits
How do you deal with a difficult and defiant child or teenager? What can you do if your child has been diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) or is resentful and constantly in trouble at school? Are there constructive ways to channel such oppositional energy and determination? Dr. John F. Taylor will tell you how.
Inside, you'll find new hope and hundreds of specific, sensible, and easy-to-implement suggestions for improving life with a rebellious and argumentative child. Parents and teachers — anyone who deals with difficult children, teens, or young adults — will also learn how to tap the potential of these natural-born leaders by discovering how to:
·Understand why an oppositional attitude exists
·Open up new, safer avenues for children to express needs and wants
·Enhance communication, avoid common mistakes, and reduce undesirable behavior
·Teach a child conscience-based self-control
·And much more!
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Meet the Author
John F. Taylor, Ph.D. is a clinical family psychologist with more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist. Dr. Taylor is an innovator of diagnostic and theraputic procedures for at-risk teens, children, and families and recognized authority on ADD. He lives in Salem, Oregon.
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I have never read a intro that spoke what I was going through with my now 8yr old after school every day. He has ADHD/ODD man the inrto was great! I showed my son's teacher and had her read it and then told her this is what we go through every day after school and she could not believe it. I love this book it's very helpful and speaks the truth about the power struggle you have with your child and what to do when that comes on and what not to do. Very interesting to read it will have you caught up in the book in just the intro and you may not be able to put it down. I didn't want to put the book down once I started reading it. Very good reading
Some good tips, but definitely geared toward the teenager. A lot of advice and less real-world solutions for young children.
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