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To provide a method for parent training

  • Charles Gibb
  • Peter Randall
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Abstract

This goal is subserved by three objectives:
  1. 1

    To stress the role of parents in bringing about change.

     
  2. 2

    To provide a protocol for transmission of problem management skills to parents.

     
  3. 3

    To highlight booby traps and pitfalls in training parents.

     

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Further reading on Part 4

  1. M. Herbert, Behavioural Treatment of Children with Problems: A Practice Manual (London: Academic Press, 1987).Google Scholar
  2. P. E. Randall, ‘In Charge’, Community Care (1987).Google Scholar
  3. K. Hewitt and W. Crawford, ‘Resolving Behaviour Problems in Pre-School Children: Evaluation of a Workshop for Health Visitors,’ Child Care, Health & Development, 14, (1988) 1–10.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Charles Gibb & Peter Randall 1989

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  • Charles Gibb
  • Peter Randall

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