Behaviour Problems in Young
Children… or Parents?
However, it is at the point when we realise that we have a problem that we are beginning to think, and begin to be able to find a way out of our dilemma.
When her mum understands what she wants and explains calmly what the plan is for the day:
When behaviour is understood, then we can talk about the feelings it is made up of, instead of 'doing' them.
Pictures and text on this page from our book "In the Family" by Sibylle Janert, illustrated by Claudia Schenk
'FIRST you will play with your teddy in your room while I do some cooking, and THEN we will put your coat and shoes on to go the playground', then she is quite happy to cooperate, - and then there are no 'difficult behaviours'.
Empowering Parents Through Family Centred Intervention