Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain (Laugh & Learn) by Trevor Romain

By Trevor Romain

Age variety: eight - thirteen Years


Practical feedback and humor aid little ones turn into bully-proof, cease bullies from hurting others, and comprehend what to do in risky situations.

A severe but funny advisor to facing bullies.

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Orientation for Therapists 21 clients figure out what to do in order to stop binge eating and to replace this behavior with adaptive behaviors, and, in this, therapists are very active in prescribing specific skills for clients to engage in to replace binge eating. Therapists provide the momentum, the conviction, the “jump start” until clients can continue this movement on their own. On the other hand, therapists are simultaneously ready to “pick clients up” when they fail. Therapists help clients learn how to fail well.

This dialectic is clearly represented by the concept of dialectical abstinence. The guiding principle of dialectics is also reflected in the skills taught, including both Radical Acceptance and Loving You Emotion—in addition to skills for changing emotions. The therapist must both accept and validate the current circumstances of the individual while simultaneously teaching behavioral skills that deliver the message that things must change. The therapist balances pushing the client toward change in order to have a better life and holding the client with an acceptance of how the client is in the moment.

After making the preceding points, the therapist asks questions to facilitate the client’s beginning to incorporate the model and rationale into his or her thinking. For example: “What do you think of this model and the assumptions of this treatment? Does it seem to fit for you? 2). It is essential for the therapist to link the client’s goals and the treatment targets to the learning and practicing of the skills. For example, the therapist might point out: “What is really important to you and the reason you joined this program is that you want to stop binge eating [and purging].

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