A better-behavior plan that works for the most oppositional, defiant children. This downloadable eBook covers:
- What is oppositional defiant disorder?
- Why traditional discipline & nagging don't work
- Behavior systems built specifically for defiant kids
- Shut down lying, hitting, and other problem behaviors
- Improve your family's quality of life
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
"A Parent's Guide to Effective ADHD Discipline" contains 25 pages of solutions to common behavioral challenges:
How to avoid the draining temper tantrums and outbursts that follow our reminders, discipline and consequences for bad behavior.
Punishment is not always a productive way to change behavior. Use this behavior-therapy system to get him following the rules.
Why kids with ADHD so often lie, and how to react in a way that stems lying without punshign ADHD symptoms beyond her control.
How to use reflective listening to understand and parent easily frustrated, physically aggressive kids with ADHD and/or ODD.
Don't let your child's embarrassing behaviors hold you hostage. Use these techniques to quickly, effectively diffuse public metltdowns.
Don't allow yourself to get drawn into arguments by a child who thrives on conflict and upheaval in the house.
Did you know? 40 percent of children with ADHD also develop oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) — a condition that is defined by chronic aggression, frequent outbursts, and a tendency to argue, ignore requests, and purposely irritate others.
The solutions in this ebook are specifically designed for these defiant ADHD kids.
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Posted by Unknown on May 11th 2016
This resource covered a lot of ground, but I found it to be a summary of many common ideas. Although I know many of the strategies (stay calm, be consistent) these can be very difficult to implement at 7:30 when you're heading out the door and your child is still in their pjs despite a handful of reminders! I was looking for more specific ideas, as well as a more innovative layout of material (maybe some sample dialogues, some concrete examples, strategies for different ages). So far, Dr. Frankel's book, Friends Forever, has been the best resource I've found.