Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success
In Teaching Your Child The Language Of Social Success, clinical psychologists Marshall Duke and Stephen Nowicki and educator Elisabeth Martin describe and explain the methods and rules of nonverbal communication. Together they have created an easy-to-use guide which offers definitions and techniques for assessing a child’s strengths and weakness in this unspoken realm, as well as case studies, illustrations, and exercises for teaching or improving nonverbal skills at home or in the classroom.
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