-- The author, an experienced child psychologist, is prepared to promote the book in a number of ways, including through free seminars to parenting groups; to national organizations for social workers, clergy, pediatricians, etc.
-- No other books for parents provide a comprehensive framework for integrating values, communication, and problem solving into a complete, ready-to-use model.
-- All children show signs of emotional distress or social problems at some point during their growing-up years; this is a book for all parents, not just parents of "troubled" kids.
With TLC: Talking Listening Connecting, parents learn to: find solutions to problems based on their own values; help reluctant children begin to communicate; model constructive behavior for their children; respond empathetically to emotional issues; and teach children persistence in solving problems. Using dialogue, multiple-choice questions (what parent hasn't had their child respond, "I don't know, " when asked "What's the matter?"), and a user-friendly, empowering tone, Talking Listening Connecting offers a compelling, reassuring message -- parents themselves can learn to help their children solve problems themselves -- without the aid of therapists.
|Paperback Book, 262 pages||English|
|Alpha Books (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780028642765||5.50 x 8.25 x 0.66 inches|