Defiant Children: A Clinician's Manual for Assessment and Parent Training (Anglais) Broché – 10 mai 2013
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"Defiant children are extremely challenging for parents to raise--and for clinicians to treat. Barkley walks clinicians through effective parent training interventions. One clear exercise at a time, parents learn how to move from a troubled, conflict-ridden relationship with their child to one that is calmer and more positive. The book is well organized and user friendly. Clinicians who specialize in treating children and their families should have this third edition in their libraries and should use it as a guide at every step along the way toward building better parent-child relationships."--Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, Director, Chesapeake ADHD Center of Maryland
"The third edition of this classic treatment guide outlines a state-of-the-art approach to treating childhood conduct problems from a master researcher and clinician. Barkley provides all the information needed to implement his evidence-based parent training approach. He combines clear, practical instruction on the use of effective assessment tools and therapeutic techniques with helpful advice on dealing with parents and children, developed from years of clinical experience. The up-to-date overview of research on the causes of childhood conduct problems will be very helpful to clinicians in communicating with parents about their children’s behavior."--Paul J. Frick, PhD, University Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, University of New Orleans
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A perennial bestseller from a leading authority, this book provides an effective 10-step program for training parents in child behavior management skills (ages 2 to 12). Professionals get proven tools to help parents understand the causes of noncompliant, defiant, oppositional, or socially hostile behavior at home or in school; take systematic steps to reduce it; and reinforce positive change. Comprehensive assessment guidelines are included. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the volume features numerous reproducible parent handouts and two rating scales (the Home Situations Questionnaire and the School Situations Questionnaire). Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.
New to This Edition
*Reflects 15 years of research advances and the author's ongoing clinical experience.
*Fully updated model of the nature and causes of oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).
*Revised assessment tools and recommendations.
*The latest data on the program's effectiveness.
*Spanish-language versions of the parent forms are available online for downloading and printing (www.guilford.com/p/barkley4).
See also the related title for parents: Your Defiant Child, Second Edition: Eight Steps to Better Behavior. For a teen focus, see also Defiant Teens, Second Edition (for professionals), and Your Defiant Teen, Second Edition (for parents), by Russell A. Barkley and Arthur L. Robin.
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This is an excellent book for any therapist to use when working with families with defiant children. The author's writing style is straightforward and easy to read while still including necessary details. The book offers a comprehensive, yet flexible, step-by-step therapeutic plan for those who want/need it while also explaining the reasoning behind the concepts and techniques.
The reason I selected this subject matter is because I am also the parent of a (now adult) child who was defiant during her childhood and adolescent years. She was the original "target patient" that brought my family to therapy. I was taught many of the techniques offered in this book by therapists and found them to be practical and successful which I believe is just as important as being empirical based. No treatment, regardless of how effective in a study, will be helpful to the family if they cannot implement it in their own real world life. The concepts and techniques offered in this book are easily understood and applied by parents while working surprisingly fast to turn things around.
This book is written for the therapeutic clinician to read and use. There is partner book written for the parents. I have not read that book, but given the author's writing style, I expect it would be helpful to parents, as well. The author also has a set of clinician/parent books for defiant teens which is very similar. If choosing only one book, I'd suggest this one as it includes information for working with younger children as well as teens, making it more comprehensive for a wider age range. While I did not personally read the Defiant Teens book cover to cover, I skimmed it because I needed to coordinate my presentation on this book with the presentation of another student who selected the Defiant Teens book. What I found was the information for working with teens was basically the same in both books. So, in general terms, this book includes information for children and teens while the Defiant Teens book only included the information for teens.
I definitely recommend this book to clinicians working with families and defiant children. I even recommend it for working with parents in general as many of the concepts and techniques promote good parenting skills which may help prevent future defiant behaviors.
When I had a question, I emailed the author and he wrote right back and helped me. I couldn’t believe how kind and generous he was.