Scenario 1. There is a bit of difficulty in settling them down, and they are late for the lesson, which has eroded your careful plans for them. 3 0 obj <>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Points to consider are included on the card back to help stimulate problem solving and role playing. Albert Ellis’s ABC Model is a significant part of the form of therapy that he developed, known as Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). k ÿÿ ÿÿ ÿÿ l ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¼ L L L L X ¼ ß ¶ p p p p p p p p ^ ` ` ` ` ` ` $ • µ ¨ „ ¨ p p p p p „ º ¨ ¨ p p ™ º º º p ¨ p ¨ p ^ º p ^ º ¤ º ^ ¨ ¨ ^ p d pq¬[ÖÛÆ¼ � L † 4 ^ ^ ¯ 0 ß ^ ] º ] ^ º ¼ ¼ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ Ù Scenarios – Challenging Behaviour. 2 0 obj When you challenge them about this behaviour, they deny any inappropriate activity and then look at each other with knowing smirks plastered over their faces. Once trained, CIT officers will quickly recognize behaviors associated with a mental illness in order to keep themselves and others safer and to respond more effectively to persons in psychiatric distress. If you're bringing in an expert, it doesn't mean you've collected data for nothing. For a child that has many similar behaviors – such as hitting, biting, kicking, throwing items, etc. You challenge them about this, and they simply laugh at you. What might be an appropriate plan of action? / Ğ Ü k w It is time and personnel intensive. Much of the learning for the unit hinges upon the children’s understanding of this point. <> Here are some cool checklists: ABC checklist. There is a carry-on developing here. x When you challenge them about this behaviour, they deny any inappropriate activity and then look at each other with knowing smirks plastered over their faces. <> The class is working in groups, using stimuli from worksheets which have been distributed to them. you can take data for all behaviors on one form. Lots of similar behaviors: ABC data sheet I use this one a ton! endobj ü ü ü 5�\� # $ 0 1 Z Ï Ğ Ü İ ã j What are the reasons for this behaviour and why do you need to stop it? You may wish to investigate critical incident theory in looking at these scenarios. jealousy Consequences either increase the likelihood of a behaviour of concern occurring again, or reduce the likelihood of the behaviour occurring again. °ÆA!°"°#� $� %° °Ä°Ä�Ä The class has just come from a PE lesson, and it is a Thursday afternoon, last period of the day. Scenario 2. %PDF-1.5 i 8 @ñÿ 8 N o r m a l CJ _HaJ mH sH tH. x��W�n�8}7��l�$�qQH�n�bd�zK��uG(l��[����k�10`������̅����}j������ph�ϫG�0���ͧY���jv߬�mshw۷o��b.n��d��J��i:QB�G �H+,�w��L'R�����䡸o�+,�+Q~����a���s��?�y(ԅ���(�s��~�*��'N`!�nPH�H�ˇB[F�H���;�� � ]l�+Yz�Y��Jh�!2a��bI��M�^�؉:��u�݅�a�}j����a����X���xw7bv�t7�]y���=yz[�Jl�D���@��p@t�������8,7x��W�p�������K��"�+W�ҍm��a���w?ݍv���Kԫ.a6��7�ܫ�f=&�@|���c�2�_Zm?q�yye(>��?�cވ ��J���(�LpF�T` �X0V8����#��J"�v-�]�����#��x��9 }�1�sA���mUq�|���l �X�W㚷T�=#d0��Ge�50�P2���oY(�J`U���fP$�>�AIe��TT.
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