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Problem Solving Behaviour

 
Problem Solving Behaviour

In this section you can identify underlying reasons for the young person's behaviour. By choosing one of the 3 versions of the Behaviour Wall below, you can explore a youngster's strengths and possible gaps to address in their emotional and social development. This will lead to the production of an individual behaviour development plan (IBDP) - Click here to view an example.

Read how the Wall is helping schools address behavioural concerns by clicking here.

 
 
 

Problem Solving Wall

There are specific behaviours causing concern eg calling out, hurting others. Using this version of the Wall, you can identify underlying gaps in the youngster's development.

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Profiling Wall

You sense there are a number of possible reasons for the troubling behaviour(s). Here you can build a profile of the youngster's emotional and social development.

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Symbols Wall

You might already have an idea that the behaviour(s) is related to one or more of the following key areas:

  • Attachment & Emotions
  • Exploration & Thinking
  • Rules & Responsibilities
  • Identity & Self-esteem
  • Getting on with Others
Using the Symbols version of the Wall you can hone in on these to support your problem solving.

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Specific Behaviours / Behavioural Concerns

Useful practical insights into behaviours:

Information on key aspects of behaviour:

Coming Soon:
Information on specific additional needs including Autistic Spectrum Difficulties.






 
 

Further Problem Solving Tools

Behaviour Analysis

Solution-Focused Thinking
Find out how focusing less on the problem and more on what changes you actually want to happen can be a powerful catalyst – both for you and the youngster.
Solution-focused thinking – What is it and how it can help?

 
 

Downloads

Specific behaviours – and how the Cycle of Development relates to these

Specific Concerns

Behaviour Analysis - Identifying possible triggers to and reinforcers of behaviour

 

 

The Cycle of Development Theory

What is it and how can it help me?

More information:

What is the Cycle of Development? Overview of the Stages of Growing Up Download a set of affirmations
 
 
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