The Changing Behavior Book by James Sutton
A Fresh Approach to the Difficult Child

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Offers readers an approach to child behavior that stresses noncoercive intervention, a reverence for relationships, and critical skills for difficult children to repair the behaviors themselves.

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Although a nationally recognized child and adolescent psychologist, Dr. James Sutton deeply values his first calling as a teacher. Today he is in demand for his expertise on emotionally and behaviorally troubled youngsters and his skill for speaking, writing, and training on this subject. His most outstanding quality, however, is a deep compassion for young people ... especially those who struggle.
Published January 1, 2012 by Friendly Oaks Pubns. 282 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Parenting & Relationships.

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Child and adolescent psychologist Sutton takes a deeper look at problem behavior, showing how "naughty kids" are often on auto pilot, reacting because of unmet needs instead of blatant defiance or intended opposition. He likens their behavior to internal desperation and outlines how their need fo...

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