Conflict Resolution - RonaldMah

Ronald Mah, M.A., Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist,
Consultant/Trainer/Author
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Conflict Resolution with Young Children
including Issues Around Victims, Abusers/Bullies, & Survivors

dvd of this workshop available at
www.FixedEarthFilms.com

OVERVIEW: This workshop makes the connections between social and communication skills and conflict issues between children. The role of aggression, violence, and self-esteem as they develop in children. The developmental processes of the victim, abuser/bully, and survivor are discussed with reference to parenting styles, both positive and problematic. Methods are presented to build self-esteem in children and to protect them from becoming abusers/bullies and/or victims. Basic rules of communication and interaction are presented that facilitate positive conflict resolution skills and greater personal power and control/self-esteem.

1) KEY ISSUES IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION

2) VIOLENCE as BULLYING
  • Repetition, Aggression, Negative Intent, and Power Difference
  • Behavior, Verbalization To, and Verbalization About
  • RELATIONAL AGGRESSION (gender differences)

3) WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM MADE UP OF?
  • ACCEPTANCE, POWER & CONTROL, MORAL VIRTUE, & COMPETENCE

4) ABUSERS & BULLIES in terms of VIOLENCE/AGGRESSION
  • and the Search for Acceptance, Power & Control, Moral Virtue, & Competence
  • Problems; Causes, Characteristics
  • THE COERCION PARENTING MODEL
  • NONCONTINGENT PARENTING
  • RELATIONAL AGGRESSION
  • THE REACTIVE BULLY- Both Bully & Victim

5) VICTIMS in terms of VIOLENCE/AGGRESSION
  • and the Search for Acceptance, Power & Control, Moral Virtue, & Competence
  • ANXIOUS VULNERABILITY
  • NON-CONFLICT SUBMISSIVENESS

6) SURVIVORS in terms of VIOLENCE/AGGRESSION
  • and the Search for Acceptance, Power & Control, Moral Virtue, & Competence
               VERBAL FLUENCY

7) ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS TO POSITIVE CONFLICT RESOLUTION
  • GOALS IN ARGUMENTS/FIGHTS vs. WORKING THINGS OUT
  • ASSUMPTIONS IN ARGUMENTS/FIGHTS vs. WORKING THINGS OUT
  • RULES IN ARGUMENTS/FIGHTS vs. WORKING THINGS OUT
ADDRESS:
433 Estudillo Ave., #305
San Leandro, CA 94577-4915
Ronald Mah, M.A., Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT32136
CONTACT INFORMATION:
phone: (510) 614-5641
fax: (510) 889-6553
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