DVD Facilitator's Guide
Lesson 1 & Lesson 2
Five Rules for Parents
Parents will understand the overwhelming
importance of self-esteem in working with kids.
Parents will understand the reason many
traditional parenting tactics fail to bring positive results.
Parents will understand that "the ideas in
the heads of their children will rule their world," so in order to work
effectively with their children's behavior they must use techniques that
change how their children think.
Parents will learn "five simple rules" that
will help them work with their children in a way that will allow maximum
access to the ideas in their heads.
Most parents come to a class like this to
"fix" their kids… but, hopefully what you will do is to "fix"
yourselves. Change your strategies and the way you think and you will
most likely change how your children act.
Any attempt made at changing human
performance that does not address self-esteem is destined to failure. A
child's self-esteem is really defined by what he/she thinks about their
role in the world.
Positive changes in self-esteem bring
positive changes in performance.
Parents are to pick one simple behavior
exhibited by their children that they would like to change.
Then, they must pick one of the five rules
to bring about change in the chosen behavior and apply the rule for one
They must be prepared to report observations
about what happened to the class next week regarding the success or
failure of their efforts.
- A model of human performance
Lesson 2 -
Five simple rules for parents
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