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An Introduction to Collaborative and Proactive Solutions from Ross Greene's The Explosive Child

Wednesday, June 10th 2020
12:00 PM EDT

Presenter: Moshe R Manheim LCSW

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120 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will learn the structure of plans A, B and C as fundamental to the structure of CPS
  2. Participants will learn the use of the ALSUP as used to clarify problems to be solved.
  3. -
Agenda:

1. CPS History 

2.  Why Children Behave Badly

     A. Review of traditional diagnostic models of causality for children's behavior.

 3. When traditional interventions fail, and why.

4. CPS in Practice

   A. Plans A, B and C

   B Implementation

       1. Comparison of Collaborative to Behavioral models of intervention

   C. Assessment of Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems (ALSUP) and its use

   D. Modeling the use of the ALSUP with the child for the family

      1. The Empathy Step, refining the child's concerns

      2. Defining parent concerns

      3. Invitation to Collaborate

      4. Problem Solving 

      5. When the solution doesn't work

5. Case Examples with typically developing children and children with developmental disabilities

   a. James

   b. Ilene

   c. Abraham

   d. John

   e. Clay

   f. Andrew

   g. Sam

Resources for further study:
The Explosive Child, Ross Greene
Lost at School, Ross Greene
Raising Human Beings, Ross Greene

This webinar offers 2 NYS ED Contact Hours

The course will review the basic structure of plans "A, B and C" ("parent directed", "collaborative" and "to be discussed") as outlined in CPS.  Participants will learn the structure of how CPS is taught to families in 4 basic steps: Introduction of the model; Use of the Assessment of Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems (ALSUP) worksheet; modeling for families and coaching families to independent use of the model.  Included will be Greene's theories of the causality of childhood behavioral problems, the function of "why" vs "what's up" questions and how they do or do not help the child engage in the problem solving process.

 

About the Presenter

Moshe Manheim has 40 years of professional experience, the majority of which has been focused on children, adolescents and families.  He was appointed to Emory University's Child Psychiatry faculty for five years lecturing and supervising child psychiatry residents in family therapy.  He has over 25 years of specialization in working with people with autism and other developmental disabilities and their families.  He became certified by Ross Greene, author of The Explosive Child in his Collaborative and Proactive Solution model in 2015.  He works remotely with his US clientele and in Israel where he moved in 2019.  

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will learn the structure of plans A, B and C as fundamental to the structure of CPS
  2. Participants will learn the use of the ALSUP as used to clarify problems to be solved.
  3. -
Agenda:

1. CPS History 

2.  Why Children Behave Badly

     A. Review of traditional diagnostic models of causality for children's behavior.

 3. When traditional interventions fail, and why.

4. CPS in Practice

   A. Plans A, B and C

   B Implementation

       1. Comparison of Collaborative to Behavioral models of intervention

   C. Assessment of Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems (ALSUP) and its use

   D. Modeling the use of the ALSUP with the child for the family

      1. The Empathy Step, refining the child's concerns

      2. Defining parent concerns

      3. Invitation to Collaborate

      4. Problem Solving 

      5. When the solution doesn't work

5. Case Examples with typically developing children and children with developmental disabilities

   a. James

   b. Ilene

   c. Abraham

   d. John

   e. Clay

   f. Andrew

   g. Sam

Resources for further study:
The Explosive Child, Ross Greene
Lost at School, Ross Greene
Raising Human Beings, Ross Greene

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