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What Restraints Teach

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In this article Pat Amos uses examples to explain how behavioural restraints instil fear and distrust rather than achieving co-operation. She offers five negative lessons that restraints teach, saying behavioural restraint is a quick fix rather than a solution. Amos believes that for behavioural change to take place, good communication is essential, i.e. it is important to understand the person and build up a relationship with them. Keyword: Theory; Searchword: Challenging Behaviour

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Author
Amos, P
Source
TASH Newsletter, Vol.25, No.11
Publisher
TASH
Publication Date
1 November 1999
Category
Unknown
Keywords
Theory
Origin
United States

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