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Justin is Batman
Transcript of Justin is Batman
Behavioral Parenting Programs
Multimodal Parenting Programs
Relationship-Based Parenting Programs
Cognitive Behavioral Parenting Programs
techniques enable parents to teach children acceptable behavior by reinforcing desirable behavior and weakening undesirable behavior.
Behavior is learned.
Behavior is a function of its consequences.
A given behavior is encouraged and taught with it is immediately rewarded or reinforced.
Reinforcement may be either positive or negative in nature.
Learning may be generalized from one situation or setting to another.
What are some examples of positive rewards or negative rewards?
Social Learning Theory
emphasizes the influences of modeling and observation for learning a variety of social behaviors and roles.
the modeling process
A father spends his evenings watching TV but tells his 14-year-old daughter she should read more.
A couple argues frequently about issues regarding the kids but expect the kids to get along with one another.
A father tells his kids that they should eat healthy but he sneaks dessert after they go to bed and doesn’t exercise.
A mother smokes cigarettes and while he has a cigarette in his hand, he tells his kids that smoking is bad and they should never pick up the bad habit.
Strives to help children learn to become self-disciplined by experiencing the logical consequences of their behavior.
Impact on subsystems
logical vs. natural consequences
Behavior is purposeful.
What are some examples natural or logical consequences?
What do you think the child learns when receiving natural or logical
consequences opposed to using reward or punishment?
Principles to Increase
the conflict and share the responsibility for conflict resolution.
on the best solution for both parties.
out ways to implement the solution without the parent exerting power over the child.
how well the solution worked.
1. Active Listening
2. "i" Messages
when I see you hit your sister."
Label the Feeling.
Label the Problem.
3. negotiate skills and conflict resolution
Guess the parenting Style!
Research shows that authoritative parental approaches appear to promote healthy, socially responsible outcomes for children that include:
Authoritative Parenting Style
Acceptance rather than rejection.
Emphasis on critical thinking skills, individuality, and self-initiative.
Models of the behaviors and attitudes that parents want children to adopt.
Parental explanations of reasons for the rules and policies.
Inconsistent Discipline & Behavior
Ineffective Disciplinary Methods
Irritable, Explosive Practices
Inflexible, Rigid Discipline
Low Parental Supervision & Involvement
Understanding the concept of equifinality as it applies to a program of discipline.
Do not use abusive corporal punishment.
Try to understand children’s feelings and motivations.
Facilitate opportunities for children to learn to think, reason, and make choices regarding their actions.
Learn to value the individual differences of children as interesting and positive tools for personal growth rather than requiring that everyone in the family system be the same.
Maintain a clear understanding that discipline should be based on helping children develop an internal structure that is based on healthy self-esteem rather than fear, guilt or shame.
Discipline is most effective when provided to children within a nurturing atmosphere.
The Role of Discipline
Child repeatedly fights parents every night when its time to get ready for bed. Parents respond by _____.
Child watches too much television, and does not spend enough time doing homework. Parents respond by _____.
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