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CHILD PROBLEM TOOLBOX

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  THIS CHAPTER IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REFORMATTED FOR WEB TRANSLATION. THE TEXT IN THE GRAPHICS MAY BE MISSING OR EMBEDDED ENGLISH UNTIL THIS PROCESS IS FINISHED.  PLEASE REFER TO THE PDF FOR GRAPHIC TEXT UNTIL THIS MESSAGE IS DELETED. Please remember that you signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement before being granted access to this content. You have my permission to reprint this content for your personal use only. If you want to reprint or distribute this to others, please complete & submit a reprint request form. Thank you!– Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE, The Parent’s Toolshop,... (Read More ...)

7.1 F-A-X Listening Toolset

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  THIS CHAPTER IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REFORMATTED FOR WEB TRANSLATION. THE TEXT IN THE GRAPHICS MAY BE MISSING OR EMBEDDED ENGLISH UNTIL THIS PROCESS IS FINISHED.  PLEASE REFER TO THE PDF FOR GRAPHIC TEXT UNTIL THIS MESSAGE IS DELETED. Please remember that you signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement before being granted access to this content. You have my permission to reprint this content for your personal use only. If you want to reprint or distribute this to others, please complete & submit a reprint request form. Thank you!– Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE, The Parent’s Toolshop,... (Read More ...)

7.2 F-A-X Listening: Step 1

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  F-A-X  LISTENING ✰✰✰✰ Communication is a surprisingly complex process—it isn’t easy. Hearing a message is different from understanding it. People don’t always say what they mean. Their body language can contradict their words. Our brains work so fast, that we can easily misinterpret a message. We need to slow down our thinking, which takes energy and focus. Effective listening is really a simple process. (Not easy, but simple.) Each step of the F-A-X Listening process matches the three problem-solving steps we just learned. We learn step 1 in this chapter and steps 2 and 3 in... (Read More ...)

7.3 F-A-X Tips, Summary & Practice

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  TIPS  FOR  TOTS  AND  TEENS Communication is a skill that can take young children some time to develop. Older children who can speak quite well, sometimes express their feelings and opinions quite bluntly, which can trigger parents’ reactions and shut down communication. The following tips will help you adjust the skills we just learned when listening to younger children or teens.   188                                                                                         The Parent’s Toolshop Young  Children As children mature,... (Read More ...)

8.1 Problem- Solving Toolset

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  THIS CHAPTER IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REFORMATTED FOR WEB TRANSLATION. THE TEXT IN THE GRAPHICS MAY BE MISSING OR EMBEDDED ENGLISH UNTIL THIS PROCESS IS FINISHED.  PLEASE REFER TO THE PDF FOR GRAPHIC TEXT UNTIL THIS MESSAGE IS DELETED. Please remember that you signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement before being granted access to this content. You have my permission to reprint this content for your personal use only. If you want to reprint or distribute this to others, please complete & submit a reprint request form. Thank you!– Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE, The Parent’s Toolshop,... (Read More ...)

8.2 Common Child Problems 1: Fears, Siblings

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  206                                                                                       The Parent’s Toolshop   COMMON  CHILD  PROBLEMS This section describes the four most common Child problems that parents tend to take over: fears, sibling/peer conflicts, school issues, and parents’ concerns about children’s friends.   Fears When dealing with fears, it is particularly important to start where children are in the problem-solving process. They are usually stuck at the first step, being overwhelmed with feelings. Some fears are... (Read More ...)

8.3 Common Child Problems 2: School

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  School  Problems School problems are touchy issues. Often, parents are more concerned than children and it’s hard to get involved without taking over or exerting too much control, either of which can backfire.   Chapter  8:  Problem-Solving  Toolset                                                                              219 HOMEWORK Homework is a child’s responsibility—we need to be careful how much we help. We need to be aware of what our children are doing and be involved in helpful ways, but not help too much. Keep the ball in the... (Read More ...)

8.4 Problem-Solving Summary & Practice

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Chapter  8:  Problem-Solving  Toolset                                                                              223 FINAL  COMMENTS  Trouble-Shooting  Guide If you try F-A-X Listening and things don’t go well, ask yourself the following questions: Did I focus on facts or did I acknowledge their feelings? Did I minimize or overreact to the problem or did I respond appropriately? Did I interrupt or talk about myself or did I give them a chance to talk freely? Did I tell them they were interpreting the situation wrong or did I ask questions... (Read More ...)