Entries with the category “CPS”
- Are your expectations reasonable?
Maybe the programmers at Facebook decided that calculus is so important for Facebook users that you can't access the site unless you answer a calculus question correctly. Unless you know how to do calculus, you probably can't answer the question. Having an expectation of another person doesn't mean that person can meet it.
- More ideas for reaching a reluctant "Plan Ber"
Last time, I explored three ideas for parents who are learning to use Dr. Ross Greene's Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) model. Here are three more ideas for you.
- "Being Collaborative" vs. Doing Plan B
Before I learned about Dr. Ross Greene's Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach, I used to think of myself as a pretty collaborative and respectful parent...
- Reaching a Child Who is Reluctant to Talk During Plan B
So you've decided that you want to try Dr. Greene's approach with your challenging child, try Plan B and solve some problems collaboratively and proactively. But what if your child won't participate?