Pointers for Parenting for Mental Health Service Professionals

  • ID: 2251019
  • Book
  • 168 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Rooted in clinical experience, this book evolved as a result of the authors hands–on experience of working with parents and children for over two decades. This useful aid provides a collection of pointers that professionals can use in order to advise on parenting skills. Professionals will also be able to recommend the guide to parents so that the pointers can serve as a reminder of what was discussed during the consultation session. This book also describes an
adapted behaviour modification approach which is effective in helping to improve children s behaviours and the parent–child relationship.

Pointers for Parenting for Mental Health Service Professionals is an accessible resource for processionals that work with children and families, for example, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, school medical officers and social workers. It will also be of use to people training in these areas.

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About the Authors.

Preface and Overview of the Book.

Acknowledgements.

1. Introduction.

2. Children and parents: some general considerations.

3. Clinical concerns, raised by parents, which have theoretical underpinnings.

4. Essential preliminaries and some key pointers.

5. Important general pointers for parents.

6. An adapted, acceptable, and effective behaviour modifi cation approach.

7. From pointers to practice.

References.

Index.

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Rajinder M. Gupta
Frederika C. Theus
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