Teacher Techniques

While the title may be incongruent [Procedure/Technique] we will allow the Slavic dolls to confuse the title, but not the nature. These are techniques that can be used by teachers to achieve specific goals. However, they are more similar in some ways to group instruction and play. Their overriding characteristic is that they involve a helper with a group of people and thus have a connection and characteristics of that multi-person milieu.

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11 Coping In Vivo

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

12 Getting Mobilized

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

13 Problem Management & Decision Analysis

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

14 Testing Core Beliefs

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

15 Changing Core Beliefs with Visualization

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

16 Stress Inoculation for Anger

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

17 Covert Modeling

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

18 Covert Sensitization

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19 Anger Control

Clinical Prompt The beginning of any technique starts with a trusting relationship with the child. Teach language and concepts self talk coping strategies triggers [frustration, annoyance, treatment, abuse, let downs] anger process [perception - thoughts - feelings -...

20 Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from Myrna Shure, author of Raising A Thinking Child published by Henry Holt and Company in 1994. The title is origninally from Shure althrough she presently calls the technique “I Can Problem...

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