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Author(s):

David J. Kolko

and Eric M. Vernberg

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date: 18 November 2017

  1. Parent Form 5.1 Children and Fire program—Treatment Plan and Goals 212

  2. Parent Form 5.2 How to Relax in a Few Minutes Handout 214

  3. Parent Form 5.3 Behaviors Associated with Children Who Play With or Set Fires and Some Possible Consequences for Managing These Behaviors 215

  4. Parent Form 5.4 Worksheet for Describing Possible Target Behaviors and Consequences to Manage Them 216

  5. Parent Form 8.1 Do’s and Don’ts for One on One Time 217

  6. Parent Form 8.2 Planned Attending and Ignoring 218

  7. Parent Form 8.3 Planned Attending and Ignoring Worksheet 219

  8. Parent Form 8.4 Suggestions for Giving Positive Feedback and Approval to Your Child 220

  9. Parent Form 8.5 Rewards as Positive Reinforcement 221

  10. Parent Form 8.6 How to Use Effective Instructions 223

  11. Parent Form 8.7 Effective Instructions and Approval Examples 224

  12. Parent Form 8.8 Using “When-Then” Statements 225

  13. Parent Form 8.9 Possible Positive Behaviors to Encourage and Consequences 227

  14. Parent Form 11.1 Using Logical Consequences Worksheet 228

  15. Parent Form 11.2 Removing Privileges Worksheet 230

  16. Parent Form 11.3 Possible Problem Behaviors to Discourage and Consequences 232

  17. Parent Form 11.4 Point System Program 233

  18. Parent Form 11.5 Potential Problems for Implementing a Home Management Program 236

  19. Parent Form 13.1 Home Management Program (Contingency Plan) 237

Parent Form 5.1 Children and Fire program—Treatment Plan and Goals

Parent Form 5.2 How to Relax in a Few Minutes Handout

Parent Form 5.3 Behaviors Associated with Children Who Play With or Set Fires and Some Possible Consequences for Managing These Behaviors

Parent Form 5.4 Worksheet for Describing Possible Target Behaviors and Consequences to Manage Them

Parent Form 8.1 Do’s and Don’ts for One on One Time

Parent Form 8.2 Planned Attending and Ignoring

Parent Form 8.3 Planned Attending and Ignoring Worksheet

Parent Form 8.4 Suggestions for Giving Positive Feedback and Approval to Your Child

Parent Form 8.5 Rewards as Positive Reinforcement

Parent Form 8.6 How to Use Effective Instructions

Parent Form 8.7 Effective Instructions and Approval Examples

Parent Form 8.8 Using “When-Then” Statements

Parent Form 8.9 Possible Positive Behaviors to Encourage and Consequences

Parent Form 11.1 Using Logical Consequences Worksheet

Parent Form 11.2 Removing Privileges Worksheet

Parent Form 11.3 Possible Problem Behaviors to Discourage and Consequences

Parent Form 11.4 Point System Program

Parent Form 11.5 Potential Problems for Implementing a Home Management Program

Parent Form 13.1 Home Management Program (Contingency Plan)

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