The Everyday Parenting Toolkit
For years, parents have been coming to Dr. Kazdin’s Yale Parenting Center for help with the challenges of child rearing. Now, every reader can gain access to that advice and to parenting know-how that transforms families.
The Kazdin Method for Parenting the Defiant Child
Normal Not just for the defiant child, the Kazdin Method is an easy read for all parents dealing with typical parenting issues, from the mild to the extreme. Based on extensive research and with a nearly 80% success rate, the Kazdin method’s easy and simple strategies will help put you back in the driver’s seat.
Guide to Point Incentive Charts
A complete collection of point incentive charts that will be sure to help your child’s behavior improve! Fun and exciting, these charts are easy for both parents and children to use. Sold in pdf form for you to pick and choose a chart you like and use as often as you would like!
Get your very own for just $12.99!
Guide to Point Incentive Charts - Seasonal Edition
A fun colorful collection of point charts to help your child achieve positive behavior change. It comes in many different fun and colorful designs that are sure to maximize your child’s motivation!
Parent Management Training: Treatment for Oppositional, Aggressive, and Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents by Alan E. Kazdin, Ph.D.
Problem Solving Skills Training Overview
A comprehensive overview of Dr. Kazdin’s manualized treatment for problem solving skills training. A perfect program to teach children how to slow down, stop and think, and generate multiple solutions to any given problem.
*Note: this is not the manual
Now available for $24.99 in pdf form.
Children’s Hostility Guilt Inventory
An inventory that allows you to measure the the aggression and hostility in psychiatric inpatient children. This inventory will help you identify children who are aggressive and hold grudges and anger, those who are aggressive or hold grudges but do not show both, and children who are neither.
Barriers to Treatment Participation Scale
Barriers associated with treatment participation can help identify cases at risk for dropping out and suggest targets for intervention to improve retention of families in treatment.