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Dealing with Challenging Parents and Families: Managing Aggression

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Have you ever had difficulty dealing with parent or caregivers? It can be very hard for some parents and caregivers to communicate with schools for a variety of reasons. It is also be just as difficult for teachers to communicate with some families, especially if family dynamics and behaviors are challenging. As a result, some children and teens end up struggling throughout their school years because of the strained communication between the adults in their lives. Join Tamara Hill, a licensed and trauma certified child and adolescent therapist, as she discusses aggressive and challenging families and suggests ways in which schools and teachers can effectively manage and deal with them.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, October 19, 2017 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Communication & Collaboration, Counseling, School Safety
Tags: aggression, antagonistic parents, caregivers, counseling, difficult parents, family, parental communication, school safety

Reviews (15)

Full Member
Very good information. Parents can be a real issue. Nice to know others have this issue as well
Full Member
This webinar was very interesting. Over the past 17 years I have seen some of the aggressive behaviors in the parents of our students. I am looking forward to the next segment.
Full Member
Very informative!
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this was very helpful info
Full Member
Good! I have parents that I am shocked at their behavior. It is like they look for something to complain about. To tell the truth, I feel sorry for their child sometimes. This webinar helped me understand a lot.
Full Member
Useful information.
Full Member
I really think this information is helpful to all teachers.
Full Member
Good presentation, I would have liked to hear more strategies on dealing with the parent. Scenarios etc.
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