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Learning to Listen: Positive Approaches and People with Difficult Behavior [Large Print] [Paperback]

Herbert Lovett Ph.D.

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Jan. 31 1996 1557661642 978-1557661647 1

This nontechnical and absorbing text describes how the interactive process of "learning to listen" provides practical alternatives to overly controlling behavior modification techniques. Written for support and other service providers working with people with intellectual disabilities, this book includes compelling and detailed case studies that illustrate possible positive approaches and reveal how people with disabilities can take control of their lives.


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A must-read for anyone who provides services for persons with disabilities. -- Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education

Common-sense solutions to behavioral difficulties. -- Disability Resources Monthly

Lovett invites practitioners to enter into the same relationship with consumers that most of us treasure with our peers... -- The Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling

About the Author


Herbert Lovett, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Boston, Massachusetts, and a program coordinator with the Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire. He has worked throughout the Northern Hemisphere to promote inclusive supports in and equal access to education, work, housing, and human rights. He is the author ofCognitive Counseling and Persons with Special Needs(1985) and a past president of the Autism National Committee.

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