Published July 2003
by Parenting Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
The first to define a profile for “active alert” children, Dr. Budd provides a clear delineation of common characteristics and helps you understand what motivates children like yours. You’ll also enjoy the case histories and lively anecdotes about the strategies that other parents use to handle their special children. Active Alert Child. For all you parents with dark circles under your eyes, and for all you parents who put on your Nikes when your child was born and have yet to take them off four, eight, or ten years later, Dr. Linda Budd presents her knowledge on a unique temperament disposition she calls "active alert". These children are active, alert, bright, controlling, fearful, intense, attention. The revised and enlarged "Living with the Active Alert Child" shows how to raise and enjoy active alerts by offering: A clear delineation of common characteristics A guide to understanding what makes active alert children tick Day-to-day parenting strategies with real case histories and lively anecdotes The first to define a profile for active. "Living With The Active Alert Child" Linda Budd is a practicing psychologist who specializes in working with children and their parents. She lives in St. Paul, MN where she consults. "Living With The Active Alert Child" Book Review (Note: This link opens a new browser window, it does not change the page on this window. When you're done reading.
Bright, controlling, fearful, and highly energetic, active alert children are frequently misdiagnosed as hyperactive or learning disabled. This book offers guidance for the special challenge of parenting the active alert child. Part 1 profiles the active alert child and examines 11 traits that characterize active alert children. Part 2 discusses parenting the active alert child and offers Author: Linda S. Budd. Further Insights into Living with the Active Alert Child. A section for each trait (see Chapter 2 above) Temperament vs. Clinical Issues Chemical Dependency and Mental Illness PART IV: Beyond Childhood. Living with the Active Alert Adolscent Book Description Reviews Media Kit About the Author: Linda Budd, Ph.D. Get this from a library! Living with the active alert child: groundbreaking strategies for parents. [Linda S Budd] -- Defines the eleven characteristics of an active child . Get this from a library! Living with the active alert child: groundbreaking strategies for parents. [Linda S Budd] -- Identifies the eleven characteristics of an active child, addresses the challenges associated with active, intrusive, sensitive children, and offers effective strategies for parenting active children.
Bright, controlling, fearful, and highly energetic, active alert children are frequently misdiagnosed as hyperactive or learning disabled. This book offers guidance for the special challenge of parenting the active alert infant, child, and adolescent. Part 1 of the book profiles the active alert child and examines 11 traits that characterize active alert : Linda S. Budd. child the way you want them to. A. consistent. parent. You follow similar principles or practices in your words and actions. parent. An. active. You participate in your child’s life. parent. An. attentive. You pay attention to your child’s life and observe what goes on. RPM3. stands for: Responding. to your child in an appropriate manner File Size: KB. Download!PDF Living With the Active Alert Child: Groundbreaking Strategies for Parents TXT,PDF,EPUB Download!PDF High Impact Tools and Activities for Strategic Planning: Creative Techniques for Facilitating Your Organization's Planning Process TXT,PDF,EPUB. Dr. Budd is the author of Living With the Active Alert Child (Parenting Press), now in its third edition. This title has sold o copies: close to 40, in its Parenting Press editions, and more t in its earlier Prentice-Hall edition.