(material provided by The Incredible Years, Carolyn Webster-Stratton, Ph.D.)
- Talk about feelings.
- Help children define problem.
- Involve children in brainstorming possible solutions.
- Be positive and imaginative.
- Model creative solutions yourself.
- Encourage children to think through various consequences of different solutions.
- Remember it is the process of learning how to think about conflict that is critical, rather than getting correct answers.
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