Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit in

Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit in

Book - 1992
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Baker & Taylor
Discusses the relationship between social rejection and nonverbal language and how to help children who misuse nonverbal language

Peachtree Pub Ltd
Clinical psychologists offer tips for parents whose children are struggling to fit in with their peers.
Remember the kids who just didn’t fit in when you were a child? Maybe they stood too close or talked too loud. We called them hurtful names and they never understood why. Clinical psychologists Stephen Nowicki, Jr. and Marshall Duke call these children dyssemic, and they have some ideas about how to help them.
Dyssemic children do not comprehend nonverbal messages in much the same way that dyslexics do not correctly process the written word. Nonverbal language plays a vital role in our communication with others, and children who understand or misuse it may face painful social rejection, which becomes a part of their lives for the rest of their lives.
In Helping the Child Who Doesn’t Fit In, Nowicki and Duke reveal the range of dyssmia that may affect a child, and show parents and teachers how to simply assess the extent of a child’s problems. Simple exercises at the end of each chapter offer guidance for educating yourself and your child nonverbally.

Publisher: Atlanta : Peachtree Publishers, c1992
ISBN: 9781561450251
Characteristics: 178 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Duke, Marshall P.


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