This book will appeal to parents who have felt frustrated, helpless, or angry when traditional parenting tools didn't work. The Time-In process is an overall approach that teaches children to be competent, to think, and to succeed using four tools-ask, act, attend, and amend. Parents can use Time-In when they want children to listen and think (ask), change behaviour (act), pay attention to the needs of others (attend), or to right a wrong they have done (amend).
About the Author:
Jean Illsley Clarke, an adult educator and consultant, is the author of Self-Esteem: A Family Affair and Growing Up Again: Parenting Ourselves, Parenting Our Children. She lives in Plymouth, Minnesota.