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The Art and Science of Motivation [electronic resource] : A Therapist's Guide to Working with Children. by Ziviani, Jenny.(SAGE)1578800; Poulsen, Anne.; Cuskelly, Monica.(SAGE)1922199;
The Art and Science of Motivation; Contributing Authors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Understanding Motivation in the Context of Engaging Children in Therapy; Overview; Introducing the SCOPE-IT model and themacrotheory of Self-Determination; The heart of the SCOPE-IT model: Motivation; Three basic psychological needs; Autonomy-"I have choices"; Relatedness-"I am connected to others"; Competence-"I can do things"; Causality orientations; Self-Determination Theory: The motivation continuum; Stage One: Amotivation; Stage Two: External regulationStage Three: Introjected regulationStage Four: Identified regulation; Stage Five: Integrated regulation; Stage Six: Intrinsic motivation; Summary; Chapter 2: Children's Understanding of Purpose: A Matter of Choice; Overview; Self-determined behavior; What constitutes autonomy?; Why is it important to promote autonomy?; What types of environments promote the development and use of autonomy-related self-determination skills?; Autonomy-supportive therapeutic environments; Challenges to providing an autonomy-supportive serviceGroups who may require particular consideration with respect to autonomy supportChildren whose parents adopt a controlling style; Children with a disability; Adolescents; Children from different cultural backgrounds; Challenges for autonomy-supportive therapeutic practice; Assessment; Areas where consequences are serious; Child goals that are unrealistic or at odds with those of the therapist; Working with families; Structure in therapy; Prior experience of autonomy-supportive environments; Does the use of reinforcement undermine motivation in therapy?; SummaryChapter 3: Connecting: Nutriments from the Social EnvironmentOverview; The therapeutic relationship; Spheres of connection; Identifying connections; Socio-environmental influences; Family; School; Neighborhoods and community organizations; Motivational climates; Virtual connections; Building partnerships; Early days in the relationship: Setting goals as a collaborative venture; The ongoing relationship; Working with other health care practitioners; Moving forward; Practitioner self-care; Summary; Chapter 4: Achieving Success: Facilitating Skill Acquisition and Enabling Participation; OverviewWhy is competence important?Defining competence; Children's perceptions of their own competence; Self-theories; Enhancing self-perceptions of competence; Enhancing competence through skill acquisition; Stages of learning; Establishing effective practice routines with children; Mental practice; Teaching-learning strategies to support the development of competence; Summary; Chapter 5: Using Language to Motivate; Overview; How the therapist's language influences engagement; Getting started; Developing and strengthening the child-practitioner relationship through the use of languageOur language reveals more to others than we realizeThis book provides a comprehensive understanding of methods for working with children with a range of difficulties. It presents a new model for working with these groups to enhance motivation and engagement and to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes. It will be an inspiring read for all those working therapeutically with children.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Autonomy (Psychology); Behavior therapy for children; Motivation (Psychology) in children; Therapist and patient;
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Goal Setting and Motivation in Therapy [electronic resource] : Engaging Children and Parents by Ziviani, Jenny.(SAGE)1578800; Poulsen, Anne.; Cuskelly, Monica.(SAGE)1922199; Gilmore, Rose.; King, Gillian.; Law, Mary.; Pollock, Nancy.; Meredith, Pam.; Kirby, Amanda.(SAGE)1923451; Stewart, Kirsty.; Rodger, Sylvia.; Graham, Fiona.; Muhlenhaupt, Mary.; Kolehmainen, Niina.; Polatajko, Helene.; Sakzewski, Leanne.; Missiuna, Cheryl.; Kramer, Jessica.; Jones, Judy.; Wallen, Margaret.; Powrie, Benita.; Hemsley, Bronwyn.; Siemon, Jennifer.; ten Velden, Marjon.; Peters, Lynne.;
Goal Setting and Motivation in Therapy; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Preface; Part I. The Science of Self-Determination Theory as Applied to Goal Setting; Chapter 1. The Science of Goal Setting; Overview; Self-Determination Theory (SDT)-a meta-theory of motivation; Importance of goal setting to effective practice; Using the SCOPE-IT model to enhance goal setting; Family-Centered Practice; Understanding goal setting in everyday practice: Issues; Summary; Chapter 2. Autonomy in the Process of Goal Setting; Overview; The Self-Determination Theory Continuum; Amotivation; External RegulationIntrojected RegulationIdentified Regulation; Integrated Regulation; Intrinsic Motivation; Autonomy-supportive practices in goal setting; Summary; Chapter 3. The Centrality of Relatedness to Collaborative Goal Setting In Therapy; Overview; Relatedness and goal setting; Relational factors affecting collaborative goal setting; Supporting goal setting; Summary; Chapter 4. Competence: Feeling Confident and Effective; Overview; Actual and self-perceived Competence in goal setting; Practitioner behaviors to increase Competence in goal setting; SummaryPart II. Strategies to Promote Psychological Need Satisfaction during Goal SettingChapter 5. What Does Engagement Look Like? Goal-Directed Behavior in Therapy; Overview; Nature of engagement; Why is engagement important?; Engagement in the goal setting process; SDT and engagement in goal identification and pursuit; Summary; Chapter 6. Embedding Goal Setting in Practice: The Co-Op Approach; Overview; CO-OP in brief; Autonomy; Relatedness; Competence; Summary; Chapter 7. The Allure of The Circus: Embedding Goals in a Naturalistic Leisure Environment; Overview; Setting the sceneLeisure: A means and an endGoal setting for a group-based leisure program; Embedding goals within a circus‑themed group day camp; Summary; Chapter 8. Coaching Caregivers to Enable Children's Participation: Whose Goals Are They Anyway?; Overview; Brief overview of OPC; Three domains of therapist focus during OPC; Addressing the need for Autonomy; Addressing the need for Relatedness; Addressing the need for Competence; Whose goals?; Summary; Part III. The Challenges of Implementing Goal Setting in Practice; Chapter 9. Implementing Goal Setting in Practice; OverviewGood quality, "family-centered" goal setting actions: what are they?Factors related to implementation of good quality goal setting; Strategies for implementing good quality goal setting: the emerging evidence; Summary; Chapter 10. Cooperative Goal Practices: School Settings; Overview; Foundations of education program planning; The therapist's evaluation: processes and tools that can assist in developing goals; Developing the student's individualized education program; Using COACH to guide IEP development; Writing goals for student participation in the school setting; SummaryChapter 11. Goal Identification When Communication Is a ChallengeThis book looks at all aspects of goal setting, a key concern for therapists working with children. Explaining theory, as well as the important issues for practice, this book presents innovative approaches developed by the editors that will increase understanding of goal setting within therapeutic settings.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Behavior therapy for children; Goal (Psychology); Motivation (Psychology) in children; Parent and child; Therapist and patient;
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