Relationship Development Intervention with Young Children: Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD, and NDL - Vol. 2

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Relationship Development
Intervention with Children,
Adolescents and Adults

Social and Emotional Development Activities
for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD and NLD

Steven E. Gutstein and Rachelle K. Sheely

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

London and Philadelphia

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Relationship Development Intervention with Young Children: Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD, and NDL - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Contents 9
  • 1: Introduction 13
  • 2: Relationships 19
  • 3: Using the Activities 25
  • Level I - Novice 33
  • Stage I - Attend 39
  • Stage 2 - Reference 51
  • Stage 3 - Regulate 61
  • Stage 4 - Coordinate 69
  • Level II - Apprentice 81
  • Stage 5 - Variation 87
  • Stage 6 - Transformation 101
  • Stage 7 - Synchronization 115
  • Stage 8 - Duets 129
  • Level III - Challenger 139
  • Stage 9 - Collaboration 143
  • Stage: 10 - Co-Creation 151
  • Stagte II - Improvisation 163
  • Stage 12 - Running Mates 177
  • Level IV - Voyager 197
  • Stage 13 - Perspective 201
  • Stage 14 - Imagination 217
  • Stage 15 - Group Foundations 229
  • Stage 16 - Emotional Regulation 239
  • Level V - Explorer 255
  • Stage 17 - Ideas 259
  • Stage 18 - What's Inside 283
  • Stage 19 - Conversasations 301
  • Stage 20 - Ally 315
  • Level VI - Partner 333
  • Stage 21 - Shared Selves 337
  • Stage 22 - Family Roots 355
  • Stage 23 - Group Connections 367
  • Stage 24 - Intimate Relations 375
  • Appendix A - The Relationship Development Questionnaire 387
  • Appendix B - Progress Tracking Form 391
  • Appendix C - Index of Activities and Objectives 413
  • Appendix D - Topic Index for Activities 421
  • Appendix E - Levels and Stages of the Complete Rdi Program 423
  • Further Reading 425
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