Synopses & Reviews
As both parents and longtime child-behavior experts, Dr. Rex Forehand and Dr. Nicholas Long have devised a program to help parents of strong-willed children find positive and manageable solutions to their children's difficult behavior. Their book, Parenting the Strong-Willed Child
, is the first self-guided program for managing disruptive young children that is based on a clinical treatment program. Drs. Forehand and Long place more than 30 years of collective research into this informative, yet easy-to-read manual, giving you, as parents, a step-by-step guide toward improving your child's behavior as well as your entire family's relationship.
In Parenting the Strong-Willed Child, Drs. Forehand and Long provide
you with the necessary tools for successfully managing your difficult child:
- Specific factors that cause or contribute to your child's disruptive behavior
- Self-guided five-week program for dealing with behavior problems associated with being strong-willed
- Ways to develop a more positive atmosphere in the family and home
- Actual reports by parents of difficult children and strategies for managing specific behavior problems.
With Parenting the Strong-Willed Child
, you will be able to fully understand your child's behavior and learn effective parenting skills that will help your child, your family, and yourself.
"Parenting the Strong-Willed Child is the first book that goes beyond just labeling the difficult child. Drs. Forehand and Long have provided desperate parents with a very practical, step-by-step approach that can lead to both a happier, in-control child and better parent-child relationship." Stephen W. Garber, PH.D., Director, Behavior Institute of Atlanta
The first-ever self-guided program for managing a disruptive two- to six-year-old that is based on a clinically proven treatment program.