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Table of Contents

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DVD Videos
DVD Track #1
How Residents Manipulate
DVD Track #2
How Domineering Residents can Damage Your Program
DVD Track #3
Explaining Program Changes to Domineering Residents
DVD Track #4
Planning an Independent Activity for your Domineering Resident
DVD Track #5
Motivating Domineering Residents to Work Independently
DVD Track #6
Being an Opportunity Provider, not a Make-Them-Do-er
DVD Track #7
Avoid Spending Extra Time with your Domineering Resident
DVD Track #8
Dealing with Attention-Seeking Domineering Residents
DVD Track #9
Preparing Staff for the Elimination of a Group Activity
DVD Track #10
A Two-Step Approach to Conflict with Staff
DVD Track #11
Taking the Time to Communicate
DVD Track #12
The Ripple Effect
DVD Track #13
Holding an Inservice
DVD Track #14
Where to Start

DVD Track #15
Photos with Commentary

Instructor's Guide for DVD Training
Introductory Commentary
Part I: Staff & Volunteer Inservice Training Instructor's Guide

Part II: Manual of Articles
Section 1

Denial and Stages of Stress and Domineering Residents
Section 2

Control Your Mind Games Concerning Your Domineering Residents
Section 3

Passive Responses and How to Make an Assertive Statement with a Domineering Resident
>Section 4

Coping with Domineering Residents: The Triple-A Approach, Keeping a Stress Journal, and Finding the Funny Part
Section 5

Counter Your Inner Critic when Your Domineering Resident Gets You Down
Section 6

Domineering Residents and Playing the Blame Game
Section 7

How to Center When Dealing with a Domineering Resident
Section 8

Combating Distortions Related to Dealing with Domineering Residents
Section 9

The Tyranny of the Should with Domineering Residents
Section 10

Who’s Responsible for What in Conflicts with Domineering Residents… Anger Management Styles
Section 11

Responding Assertively to the Requests of Domineering Residents
Section 12

Are You Afraid of Your Domineering Resident?
Selected Readings Bibliography/Authors/Instructors
Concluding Commentary