Nurturing Nonviolent Children: A Guide for Parents, Educators, and Counselors
This book empowers parents, educators, and counselors to prevent youth violence by teaching the thinking skills necessary for children and teens to deal with anger and frustration in healthy, productive ways. A longtime psychologist and counselor - as well as parent and past teacher - Jones-Smith offers research and vignettes to recognize the growing problem of youth violence, understand its causes, and help adults closest to children know techniques to nurture non-violence as a way of life. She offers practical information like why a child may try to harm another and what to do when a child is angry. And, she also presents tips for parents, teachers, and counselors, including teaching children impulse control and anger management, teaching natural consequences, and instilling empathy, the antidote to violence.
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