#1 How to.... Deal with Arguing

3 modules



Course Length
7 mins

Rosie Jefferies

23 Sep 2015

£0 - 5


Do you feel that every statement is argued with, or that the simplest task becomes a battleground between you and your child. This is the video for you. NB all videos are designed to help carers of children who have suffered trauma.

This intervention will expire 7 days after purchase


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

How to.... Deal with Arguing (Empathic/Emotional Response)
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Added 22 days ago, by Anonymous
I felt this course was far too brief and did not address who to handle arguing, how it triggers other kids in the house, how to handle siblings arguing, how to handle arguing when it's complicated by factors such as ASD/ ADHD/RAD, etc.... Having a child yelling at me and throwing the nail varnish on the ground to return it to me does not show respect. What happens when you choose to continue going about your day as per the advice in this video but the arguing child is so defiant that it holds the rest of the family up in their activities?? What happens when the arguing child does not choose to comply at all?
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Added 4 months ago, by Claire
The film did keep buffering which was frustrating. Very useful content.
Added 4 months ago, by Jessica
Content is good but it is super short!
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Added 7 months ago, by Fiona
Added 7 months ago, by Anonymous
good examples in role play
Added 7 months ago, by Anonymous
Great ideas.
Added 7 months ago, by Anonymous
Seen it before but still very good as it reminded me not to ignore but dis engage with some dialogue.

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