Moving on by Standing Still: A Different View of 'Problem Behavior'

byGeert BettingerTranslated byAlexandra King

September 11, 2017|
Moving on by Standing Still: A Different View of 'Problem Behavior' by Geert Bettinger
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Is it true that people with developmental disabilities cannot communicate effectively?

How can I understand the mindset of a person with dementia?

Why is it good that children from difficult backgrounds sometimes hit out?

If we do not make a real effort to understand some of the behaviors of care-dependent clients, we not only miss out on the opportunity to meet the underlying need and truly resolve the issue, but we also might actually cause much greater harm to those for whom we are caring; the hurt of not truly being heard and seen, which leads to deep-seated loneliness. In this book, Geert takes you by the hand and gently walks you toward a whole new level of thinking and approaching situations, and at the end you will find yourself armed with a wealth of possibilities (as long as you allow your mind to shift and remain receptive). This book gives a voice to all those who are dependent on others and, in a way, also to ourselves, as one day it might be we who need compassionate care.
Nadine Jans MSc. Founder of Uptimize Coaching, Counselling & Training Ltd.

This book is published in the Netherlands, where it is a Bestseller....
Geert Bettinger (1952) has a Bachelor and Masters Degree in Social Work, and is a trainer and team coach within care and welfare. He teaches employees how to look at 'problem behavior' in new ways. By translating 'problem behavior' into Signal Behavior, employees are challenged in a positive way to deal creatively with their own ideas ...
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Title:Moving on by Standing Still: A Different View of 'Problem Behavior'Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 X 8.5 X 0.57 inPublished:September 11, 2017Publisher:FriesenPressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1525514016

ISBN - 13:9781525514012

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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