Resources and Books for Parents | Training series for Parents, Teachers, and children. Guidelines and strategies for parents to promote children's social and emotional competence. A book for parents of children aged years. By Carolyn. The Incredible Years® is a series of interlocking, evidence-based programs for Collaborating with Parents to Reduce Children's Behavior Problems: A book.
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The Incredible Years by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Incredible Years: A Troubleshooting Guide for Parents of Children Aged 3 to 8 Learn to craft with these books curated by site Book Review Editor, Seira. As a pediatrician and a parent, this is is an invaluable book for managing kids, especially kids with ADHD. The whole beginning is about loving your kid, and as .
The Incredible Years. A book for parents of children aged years.
Rating details. Our customer reviews In NZ this programme is being rolled out and funded by our government. Included is a free book. I have been attending the course for the past 12 weeks and have two weeks to go.
I can honestly say it has changed my life and that of my family. It is brilliant, and the other mum's doing the course with me agree. As with any book, you don't take everything as gospel but work through those bits suitable for your family. My children are vocalising positive supportive comments and I have more confidence when selecting the best discipline behaviour.
I can only say people need to do the course with this book.
The Time OUt comment in the previous review is incorrect as maximum time out time is ten minutes, then it is backed up with loss of privilege and time out goes out the window. The course has a lot of very good clips to watch where things are being put in place and also where things are not going well.
The discussions with other parents and role plays are invaluable.
In addition, in NZ, this course is offered for free! Who can complain about that? I would seriously recommend this to anyone whether they have a compliant child or non compliant one.
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I guarantee you will get plenty of strategies out of it!! At first I thought it was a good book but then several inappropriate things began to emerge. The first chapter How to Play with Your Child was great with new ideas about play and its importance, reasons why games can end in tantrums. The chapter placed great importance on the value of parents spending time with their children and avoiding power struggles.
Other chapters in this section included praise - the more praise the better, use of rewards, incentives, limit setting, ignoring certain behaviours. Initially the topic started fairly safely with emphasis on love, support and positive attention plus reasons against using physical punishment.
Webster-Stratton states a child must remain calm for the last 2 minutes of Time Out to be allowed out of Time Out. The book admits this could make Time Out really long eg 40 minutes. Group leaders are happy to work with the programme, they constantly receive positive feedback from parents.
For more information about the programme is available on the website. Effect In all regions, the programme has shown high efficiency, group leaders point out its effectiveness, high demand and interest for the programme among parents and specialists.
It has been proved on practice that the program is effective in reducing a number of behavioural problems among of children, developing social competence of the child, reducing the number of cases of violent disciplining among the parents, developing the parents' ability to handle a child.
The children also demonstrate sufficient changes and decrease in deviant behaviour, point out the decreased levels of stress and cruelty in upbringing. Two stages could be singled out in the series of research conducted during several years.
The first stage — adaptation and standardization of Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory diagnostic instrument for assessing intensity of behaviour deviations in children, monitoring behaviour changes in children whose parents participate in the programme, evaluation of programme effectiveness as such.
The second stage is IY effect study in the Republic of Karelia.
The inventory includes two scales: child behaviour deviations intensity scale and parent problem behaviour scale. The standardization sample included more than parents of children aged from 3 to 8 living in four cities in the Republic of Karelia.
The second stage — effect study for Karelia. The main goal of the second stage became the programme effect assessment. There were formed two groups, an experimental group and a comparison group, that were tested three times with the interval of several months. The results were obtained on the basis of the sample from 91 families children.
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The research has shown that after the end of the programme the degree of disruptive behaviour intensity in children lowered to the norm in the groups of parent training.
If before the start of the programme the average score in the experimental group was , at the end it became The level of behavioural problems intensity in children was at the same rather high level in the control group after three months. Similar changes were obtained for the second scale problem scale. The level of problems decreased from 17 to 6. It is remarkable that the effects of the programme were evident after 3 month after its finish.
For Researchers. For Group Leaders. Workshop Info. Get resources to support your groups. Manuals, handouts Support your work with families. Resources, protocols Mentoring resources and training support materials.I work with psychologists who teach this program to children and their parents and the children's transformations are remarkable.
Paul and I have been reading this book in preparation for become parents. Michael Boyd rated it it was amazing Dec 17, Reduce defiance, aggressive behaviour, and related conduct problems such as non-compliance, peer aggression and rejection, bullying, stealing and lying.
The Incredible Years in Russia Within CYAR since the basic parent programme for parents with children aged 4 to 8 years old with behavioural problems has been implemented in Russia.
I have read a handful of self-help, learn how to parent, set boundaries, be loving, etc. Children are prompted to suggest possible solutions and act out their solutions using puppets.