This guide provides practitioners with information about childhood aggression and its development. It will help to develop strategic plans with the child's parents and provide workable, practical methods which parents can use to manage the behaviour displayed by their children.
|Series:||Parent, Adolescent and Child Training Skills Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.61(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Martin Herbert has drawn on years of child and family guidance experience and of teaching professionals from various disciplines for this series. He is currently Professor of Clinical and Community Psychology, University of Exeter, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Exeter Health Authority and a Fellow of The British Psychological Society.
Table of Contents
1. Development of aggressive behaviour.
2. Loss of parental control.
3. Prevention of aggressive behaviour.
5. ABC of behaviour.
6. Family influences.
7. ABC (functional analysis).
8. Assessing sibling quarrels.
9. Bullying and sibling abuse.
10. Therapeutic approach to aggression.