In this final course in the series, host Sarada Thomas explains three traditional approaches to managing difficult behavior: time-outs, privilege removal, and extra chores. Since the course was developed, there have been advances in the field around parenting children who have experienced trauma. Some agencies no longer approve of these traditional parenting methods, because they are not trauma informed. Before taking the course, we suggest checking with your agency to learn whether it accepts the traditional methods covered or what needs to be modified to make your parenting practices trauma informed.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
use time-outs in an organized, effective way
know how to be fair in removing privileges
know appropriate ways to allow the privilege to be regained
describe the potential pitfalls in assigning extra chores
know when to avoid one of these parenting techniques
2 credit hours, $10.00 per person.
Caution: Since this course was developed, there have been advances in the field around parenting children who have experienced trauma. Some agencies may not approve of these techniques, because they are not trauma informed. Please check with your agency before taking this course. Three techniques for handling difficult behavior are discussed:
assigning extra chores
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Great advice. We need to act intuitively to see early signs when misbehavior might occur to easily guide the situation before things get out of control.