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Challenging kids don't behave badly on purpose - they are simply struggling with the demands on their psychological development. Many tens of thousands of child mental health professionals and parents have already turned to Dr. Michael Bloomquist for essential guidance on understanding acting-out kids and getting them back on track. Now, for the first time, Dr. Bloomquist presents his bestselling skills training program in a book written specifically for parents. This clear, compassionate guide is packed with tried-and-true, thoroughly researched ways to help kids follow rules, get along better with family members and peers, express their feelings productively, and succeed in the classroom. Loads of worksheets, troubleshooting tips, and role-play activities give parents the tools to become their child's best teacher.
Michael L. Bloomquist, PhD, a child psychologist, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, where he conducts research and trains practitioners. Dr. Bloomquist has worked with struggling kids and teens and their families for over 25 years. He and his wife are the proud parents of two sons.
Table of Contents
Introduction: How to Use This Book Getting Started and Staying with It 1. The Struggling Child: Understanding Your Child's Behavioral-Emotional Problems 2. Getting Back on Track: Coming Up with a Skills-Building Plan for Your Child and Family 3. Taking Care of Business: Getting Going and Following Through Enhancing Your Child's Behavioral Development 4. Doing What You're Told: Teaching Your Child to Comply with Parental Directives 5. Doing What's Expected: Teaching Your Child to Follow Rules 6. Doing the Right Thing: Teaching Your Child to Behave Honestly 7. Staying Cool under Fire: Managing Your Child's Protesting of Discipline and Preventing Angry Outbursts Enhancing Your Child's Social Development 8. Making Friends: Teaching Your Child Social Behavior Skills 9. Keeping Friends: Teaching Your Child Social Problem-Solving Skills 10. That Hurts!: Helping Your Child with Bullies 11. Hanging with the \u201cRight Crowd\u201d: Influencing Your Child's Peer Relationships Enhancing Your Child's Emotional Development 12. Let It Out!: Teaching Your Child to Understand and Express Feelings 13. You Are What You Think: Teaching Your Child to Think Helpful Thoughts 14. Stress Busters: Teaching Your Child to Manage Stress Enhancing Your Child's Academic Development 15. Surviving School: Teaching Your Child to Manage Time, Organize, Plan, Review, and Stay on Task 16. Teaming Up: Collaborating and Advocating for Your Child at School Enhancing Your Well-Being as a Parent 17. You Parent the Way You Think: Thinking Helpful Thoughts to Enhance Parenting 18. Cool Parents: Managing Your Own Stress to Enhance Parenting Enhancing Your Family's Well-Being 19. Let's Get Together: Strengthening Family Bonds and Organization 20. We Can Work It Out: Strengthening Family Interaction Skills Resources