Body Life Skills - Behaviours do not belong to one person…

Very rarely does a behaviour belong to just one person.

As Fabic Behaviour Specialist Tanya Curtis explains, if one unwanted behaviour is exhibited by one person is usually relates to unwanted behaviours that exist in others around them. For example in a family it is rarely just the behaviour of one person that Tanya finds herself working with, but the behaviour of everyone within the family as everyone's behaviour impacts of everyone else.

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Publication date: 
Friday, 8 June, 2018
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