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Author Bodenhamer, Gregory.

Title Parent in control / Gregory Bodenhamer.

Published New York : Simon and Schuster, c1995.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  649.125 BODE {Bund10 20110701}    AVAILABLE
Physical description 191 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes "A Fireside book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-176) and index.
Contents 1. The Kids Before Back in Control -- 2. Understanding Children's Misbehavior -- 3. Behavioral Templates -- 4. Rules -- 5. Provocation and Manipulation -- 6. Flawed Supervision: Parent Out of Control -- 7. How to Regain Control of Out-of-Control Children -- 8. Jason, Eddy, Julie, Bonita, and Nicole Revisited -- 9. The Success Continues -- 10. Parents in Control - At Last.
Summary Parent in Control is based on a highly successful program that has helped thousands of parents regain control over their out-of-control adolescents - whether they wreak havoc at home, in school, or in the community. Living with willful, aggressive, and seemingly incorrigible adolescent behavior is a nightmare many heartbroken and confused parents were forced to endure - until now. In this straightforward, hard-hitting, yet compassionate book, Gregory Bodenhamer, a nationally renowned expert on childhood behavior problems, shows parents how to combat an arsenal that ranges from blatant verbal challenges to physical violence, without resorting to harsh disciplinary measures, expensive counseling, or hospital-based programs.
Bodenhamer, a former juvenile probation officer, draws on over twenty years of experience working with difficult children between the ages of 12 and 17 and their parents to offer techniques that work in as little as a few weeks. He covers a wide range of problems - whether your teen is simply ignoring household rules, or perhaps lying, or stealing - to more harmful problems, such as drug and alcohol abuse or unsafe sexual activities. Using real-life scenarios, complete with actual dialogue, Bodenhamer walks you through potentially explosive situations, points out errors most parents frequently make, and provides tested solutions to averting immediate danger - and preventing it from happening again.
Subject Parent and teenager.
Teenagers -- Discipline.
Adolescent psychology.
ISBN 0684807777