Few things cause parents more worry than whether their children have friends and are well integrated into their social communities. While some kids seem to relate to others and make friends easily, others have more difficulty. A small number of children remain friendless or struggle to make and keep friends.
In Starting Kids Off Right, clinical psychologists Duke, Nowicki, and Van Buren offer parents, teachers, and caregivers insights-gathered from decades of professional experience-into the hows and whys of relationship building from infancy up to the age of twelve. This easy-to-use guide, which includes numerous case studies and exercises called "parent skill builders," shows how to start kids off right with healthy relationship-building skills as well as how to help children become more confident in using those skills as they mature.
|Publisher:||Peachtree Publishers, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)|