By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name 2 ways to shape a child’s attention.
-Name three kinds of communication can affect how children perceive their own responsibility.
-Name two common causes of miscommunication through vague or ambiguous statements with difficult children.
-Name the three parts of Omnipotent Powerless Child Syndrome.
-Name 3 ways to prevent children’s anger from being failed communication.
-Name 4 characteristics of the 5 Minutes Technique.
-Explain how can a child benefit from the 5 Minutes Technique.
-Name two ways to clean up communication between a therapist and a child.
-Name 6 steps to the problem-solving model presented on this track.
-Name 2 steps to anger getting out of control.
-Name 3 misdirected goals that children often use to obtain a sense of significance.
-Name 3 parts to Building Assertive Communication.
-Name 3 parental behaviors that often lead to decreased respect for rules in children.
-Name two parts to assessing the effects of anger on your child.
-Name the five parenting practices of families with children with behavior problems.
-Explain how are parents views and models about child rearing shaped.
-Name two factors are implicated in the development of behavioral problems.
-Name the three formal sources of support identified in this article.
-Explain how were measures of child temperament, parenting style, and child adjustment obtained.
-Explain what helps promote competent parenting.
-Name two factors were the most common precursors to behavioral problems at four years of age.
-Explain what was satisfaction with parenting closely intertwined with.
-Name three factors make independent contributions to adolescent school achievement.
-Explain what were the benefits for students who had a greater intimacy with their parents.
-Explain what is an authoritarian power structure.
-Name eight themes did Robin and Foster developed to describe cognitive distortions among parents and children.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."