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Help for Billy: A Beyond Consequences Approach to Helping Children in the Classroom
     

Help for Billy: A Beyond Consequences Approach to Helping Children in the Classroom

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by Heather T. Forbes
 
"Help for Billy" is a pragmatic manual to help guide families and educators who are struggling with traumatized children. Based on the concept of the neuroscience of emotions and behavior, Heather Forbes provides detailed, comprehensive, and logical strategies for teachers and parents. This easy to read book, with tables, outlines and lists, clears the way for a

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"Help for Billy" is a pragmatic manual to help guide families and educators who are struggling with traumatized children. Based on the concept of the neuroscience of emotions and behavior, Heather Forbes provides detailed, comprehensive, and logical strategies for teachers and parents. This easy to read book, with tables, outlines and lists, clears the way for a better understanding of the true nature regarding traumatic experiences affecting the brain and learning. It is a must read for anyone working with a child in the classroom.

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ISBN-13:
9780984715541
Publisher:
Beyond Consequences Institute, LLC
Publication date:
01/30/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
215
Sales rank:
173,682
File size:
7 MB

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Help for Billy: A Beyond Consequences Approach to Helping Children in the Classroom 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I adopted a 7 year old that had been severely abused both physically and sexually by his biological mother and step-father. The biological father had been crying fowl for 4 years, but because he was a blue collar worker with limited funds and the bio-mom was a great actress the system ignored his pleas. He never gave up on his son and saved his life. But it left him traumatized and unable to function normally in society.  As the child's new mom this book was introduced to me by his therapist. It helped me understand "why" he reacted the way he did. I think all teachers should read this book. ABUSE IS NOT BASED ON ECONOMIC STATUS!!! The wealthier the abuser is the easier it is for them to hide it. Children who have been traumatized will not act the same as children raised in a loving home. They aren't exhibiting poor behavior. They are exhibiting survival techniques. The children will adapt, but only when the adults around them use the correct methods. This book opened my eyes. I buy it for my son's teachers. They are poorly trained.