How to Use Positive Practice, Self-Correction, and Overcorrection, 3e - 14668
Part of the How to Manage Behavior Series
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This book explains the use of positive practice, self-correction, and overcorrection to parents and teachers who have responsibility for the care and supervision of young persons. Positive practice and overcorrection are effectively used in various ways: separately, together, or part of a comprehensive treatment package for a variety of behavior problem areas. The procedures can be used within the family relationships (e.g., communication skills training), in relationship to society or the person can perform overcorrection (e.g., restitution to the community in the case of substance abuse or stealing), positive practice independent of others presence (such as habit reversal). Exercises and illustrations included show the use of these procedures. Useful bibliographic and further-reading references are included.
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|Number of Pages||82|