BHRS discussed with client on the importance of emotional control and self-control found it activity number 41; page 67 in 101 ways to teach children the social skills. BHRS educated client asking questions. BHRS's objective was to teach client the importance of remaining calm under stress and controlling impulsive behavior. BHRS educated client, when you have self-control, you decide the best way to act instead of acting without thinking. It might only take a second or two, but a person with self-control stops, thinks, and remains calm even if they are very upset or angry. Before acting thinks about the situation and what might happen if you reacts impulsively. BHRS asked client to talk about the following situations from the work book activity; identifying 1-6 ways they would handle self-control. Client stated he can put some of the things talked about from the activity in situations at school to control my emotions. Client was able to identify 3 of 6 was to handle self-control and emotional control. Next Session will be on 12/07/2013.
Same/ Client was able to identify 3 of 6 ways to handle self-control and emotional control
Educated client on the importance of emotional control and self-control
101 ways to teach children the social skills; Emotional Communication skills found it activity number 41; page 67
BHRS discussed with client on Dealing with Anger towards Others found it activity number 42; page 68 in 101 ways to teach children the social skills. BHRS educated client asking questions. BHRS's objective was to teach client to deal with anger in peaceful, verbal, and nonphysical ways. BHRS explained to client everyone gets angry, and dealing with your own angry feelings isn’t easy. First, you have to recognize things that make you angry. You have to know why you are angry. When you are aware of these feelings, you can learn to stay calm and in control. You can...