PACTS # 8: Feuding and Fighting: A guide to the management of aggression and quarrelling in children

ISBN13 : 9780864312433

Author(s) : Edited by Martin Herbert

Publisher : ACER Press, 1997

SKU : A108PAC

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The Parent, Adolescent and Child Training Skills (PACTS) is a series of highly practical guides designed for use by all practitioners who work with children and their families - community health workers, psychologists, doctors, social workers, teachers, parent educators, therapists, maternal and child health nurses and school counsellors.

Parents use the phrase 'she/he is a terrible problem' most often when talking about their child's disobedience or aggression. Feuding and fighting between children is a difficult problem for caregivers or parents to tackle alone.

This guide provides practitioners with information about childhood aggression, and help work out strategic plans with the child's parents about their own attitudes to aggression and other disciplinary problems, and to provide disciplinary tactics which parents can use to manage fights or other forms of aggressive behaviours displayed by their children.

PACTS # 8: Feuding and Fighting: A guide to the management of aggression and quarrelling in children focuses on:

  • What is aggression and what factors influence child aggression
  • Assessing sibling quarrels and rivalry
  • Bullying and sibling abuse
  • Therapeutic approach to aggression
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Edited by Martin Herbert