Strategies To Manage Behaviour - Dealing with Lying and Stealing

Content
13 modules

Difficulty
Intermediate

Rating

Course Length
60 mins

Instructor
Rosie Jefferies

Released
21 Jul 2015

Price
£0 - 25

Description

This course explains why children with Developmental Trauma do this, how it makes you feel, and gives practical strategies to reduce the behaviour, while making you feel better and more connected.

During this course you will

  • Receive more information about why children with Developmental Trauma steal and lie.
  •  Look at how this makes the parent feel.
  • Enable Therapeutic Parents to apply practical behaviour management strategies which build connections in the child’s brain AND between the parent and child, which reduces the behaviour.

 

All our courses will help to 'heal their brain' and build links between cause and effect using empathy.

This course will expire 30 days after purchase

Objectives

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Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Inspire Training Group Certificate

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Introduction
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Why do children with Attachment Disorder lie and steal?
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How Do I Feel When My Child Steals and Lies
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This video shows a carer responding emotionally to a child stealing and lying. Who is in charge?
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Lying and Stealing Strategies In Action
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Discussion on Stealing and Naming The Need.
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Reducing Stealing By Naming The Need
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In this video you will see the Therapeutic response to lying/stealing. Note the child’s response!
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Empathic Commentary
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Course Slides Summary
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Bibliography and Resource List
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Summary - Test
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Evaulation
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Added 19 days ago, by Michelle
Fantastic. Very informative and useful
 
Added 24 days ago, by Anonymous
some helpful bits but already knew most and a bit to long
 
Added 25 days ago, by Lisa
A very helpful course that explained why my foster child lies and steals. It has given me tools to help prevent these behaviours and deal with them therapeutically when they occur.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
the power point was not downloadable at the end and this was a shame. would have been good to be able to refer back to it
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
Good
 
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Very good
 
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Another fantastic course brilliantly delivered
 
Added 5 months ago, by Anonymous
Clear content and delivered with illustrations. Not too long to do, so accessible in chunks in a busy household
 
Added 5 months ago, by Anonymous
Thank you
 
Added 6 months ago, by Anonymous
Easy to listen to

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