All young people have an innate need to feel Safe, Significant, Respected and Related! In Better Behavior- Positively!, authors White-McMahon and Baker introduce an innovative model of care known as the NeuroRelational Framework that harnesses the power of relationships and brain-based supports to promote healthy transformation. They explore how supportive intervention need not be complex nor require significant amounts of training to be effective.
Unique to this comprehensive framework are a set of innovative, trauma-informed approaches that offer tremendous hope to behaviorally challenged young people. The book provides, clear, concise information grounded in research that demonstrates how brain development is impacted by experience and provides practical strategies of support that can be used by any caring adult. The authors explore the connection of how behavior develops into a way of responding to the people and environments within their life.