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How to turn your children in 'Little Angels' In this clear, concise and positive guide, clinical psychologist Dr Tany Byron and producer Sacha Baveystock draw on the powerful techniques of the Little Angels TV series to enable parents to overcome common child behavioural problems. Starting with the basics, tanya and Sacha show parents how to: * understand the issues they are facing * adopt a positive perspective to enable a more effective and ejoyable approach to parenting * tackle common child behavioural problems such as fighting, aggression, feeding, toilet behaviour, defiance and emotional problems, including anxiety and self-esteem Case studies from the TV series illustatrate how every parent can overcome challenges and transform their family life.
Dr Tanya Byron is a clinical psychologist who has worked within the UK's National Health Service for sixteen years. She has in-depth experience of working and teaching in many aspects of mental health and psychology. She specialises in treating children, teenagers and families with psychological, emotional and behavioural difficulties in a wide range of areas. She has two young children of her own. Tanya is the author of The House of Tiny Tearaways (BBC Active) and has filmed several series for screening on the BBC including Little Angels, Teen Angels and The House of Tiny Tearaways. Sacha Baveystock is executive producer of Little Angels and Teen Angels and has produced medical science programmes for the BBC for 9 years. She has 3 children.