RTP Intervention Processes: A New Approach for Working with Students Whose Successful Participation in Educational Activities is Chronically Reduced

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Andrew Thomson Pub., 2001 - School psychology - 182 pages
Outlines a different approach for working with students who are experiencing chronic difficulties in the school setting. Explains the uses and underlying assumptions of the responsible thinking process (RTP), the new approach this book advocates. Questions how behaviour problems in schools are currently explained and describes consequences of trying to change behaviour. Discusses the use of intervention teams in detail. Foreword by Edward E Ford. Includes appendices and index. Authors are accredited in RTP training, evaluation and teaching, and have backgrounds in psychology.

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