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Category Archives: Behavior Management

“Catch them being good” is a phrase often used with parents and teachers to encourage the idea of recognizing children’s […]

Here in the KLASS Center Clinic, we get lots of referrals to evaluate individuals of all ages for Attention Deficit […]

Not Following Through with Consequences Continuing in our series to help parents with their behavior management skills, we’ll talk a […]

We’re starting a series to help parents who feel a little off-track when dealing with their kids’ behavior. These are […]

Parents: remember to praise your child’s “good” behavior, that is, the behavior you want to see more of, rather than […]

The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]

In our last post, we continued the discussion of the ABC’s of behavior management, focusing on the C’s, Consequences. As […]

    Consequences In our previous post, we discussed the ABC’s of behavior management, with more focus on the A’s, […]

  Children and adults alike have had to make significant changes in everyday life in a pretty rapid timeframe. Normal […]