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Treatment of behaviour problems (child)

Treatment of behaviour problems (child)

Treatment of behaviour problems (child)

Treatment of behaviour problems (child)

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It is important to think about the way you generally handle your children. Different families have different ways of dealing with poor behaviour in children. Research has shown that there are some important things you can do as parents to help children develop better self control and to behave in a more socially acceptable way:

  • Adults dealing with a particular child or children should work together, in a consistent way. This means that you should talk as parents about how you will deal with your children when they misbehave. Pay attention to how you respond when you child is behaving well, by giving praise and encouragement.  

  • The family rules should be clear. If they are broken, a consequence should follow. The consequence may simply be a reminder of what is expected, but sometimes it will require a punishment. People tend to disagree about how to punish children. Many people do not like the term at all - but it is important that as parents, you deal with discipline in a consistent way. Where parents have differences, they should discuss them with each other.

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