Tag Archives: Plan B

One Family’s Journey with CPS

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This is a guest blog post by Certified Trainer, Randy Jones. Looking back I can now see that my families’ expedition into Collaborative Problem Solving actually began over two decades ago. My wife and I have provided services to those living with cognitive disabilities for over 20 years now. In the beginning we worked with

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Why Plan B is Worth the Struggle

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A Guest Blog by Certified Trainer Jordan Spikes What a powerful ending to 2-1/2 days of intensive training. The day was winding down. We had just met as groups to discuss the challenges we all will face when trying to implement the Collaborative Problem Solving model into our systems of care. By now we had

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“How long will it take to get better?”

“How long will it take to get better?” It’s a question we here at Think:Kids are asked all the time. In the moment of crisis, parents and kids alike “just want it to stop.” The agony experienced day-to-day is real and continued exposure to challenging situations can wear down the resources of any family. The

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Rethinking Challenging Kids-Where There’s a Skill There’s a Way

View Dr. Stuart Ablon presenting on our model at the TedxBeaconStreet, a Tedx Event below.

A neurobiological argument for an alternative to time-out

Check out this great article from Dan Siegel whose work resonates with ours, He presents a neurobiological argument for an alternative to time-out. Trouble is most of us parents would love to do something else … but don’t know what. This is especially true in the heat of the moment when the child is likely not the

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