A practical, supportive book for adoptive parents, carers, teachers and other professionals who live and work with families and children whose happiness and behaviours are affected by attention difficulties and hyperactivity. The examples of real children and adults in everyday situations translate research findings into meaningful strategies for helping families, teachers and children to find more successful means of managing difficult behaviours and emotions.
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(230mm x 147mm x 15mm)
Publisher: Karnac Books
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Author Biography - Randy Lee Comfort
Randy Lee Comfort has worked for over thirty-five years in the fields of family couselling, learning disorders, and adoption and fostering. Dr Comfort is the mother of both biological and adopted children. After living and bringing up her children in the USA, she moved to Bristol, UK, where she opened "Our Place": a Centre for Families who Foster and Adopt. In addition to running Our Place, she continues to lecture internationally on the topics of learning disorders and adoption/fostering, and pursues her career in writing about and couselling these children and their families. She is the author of 'The Unconventional Child'; 'Teaching the Unconventional Child'; 'The Child Care Catalogue'; and numerous articles and chapters of books.