Foster parents receive little training or information about parenting children who set fires, yet fire-setting by children in their care is a problem many of them will face. In Fire-Setting Dr. Richard Delaney discusses four types of fire-setting behavior in children: silent but deadly, impulsive, disturbed, and accidental or curious. Find out what these behaviors mean and see some unique and effective ways parents can respond, and learn when they should seek help.
Includes: Interactive DVD, discussion guide and reproducible questionnaire on CD.
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