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|CG 213 - Improving Parent Child Relations|
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Observe parent and child behaviors and use a goal-directed model of interpretation. 2. Identify typical and problematic parent-child interactions and principals and skills for improvement. 3. Identify issues that interfere with developing positive parent-child relations. 4. Identify strengths that facilitate the development of positive relationships. 5. Determine constructive relationship goals and methods to move toward them. 6. Reduce barriers to communication, problem solving and limit setting. 7. Learn specific skills of encouragement and effective communication. 8. Learn a system of child guidance that is based on principles of encouragement, reasonable influence, and humane intervention rather than compliance and punishment. 9. Test comprehensive knowledge of a child guidance system.
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