Review: The Total Transformation Program

Written by Scott

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I stumbled across information about this program months ago, and had at some point posted about it (but now can’t locate that post!). Anyway, I was able to obtain a copy of the program to review.

The program is designed for parents with children who have behavioral problems. Sometimes it’s ADD/ADHD, sometimes just total disrespect or complete lack of caring. It was designed by James Lehman, a behavioral therapist. Good background for this, no?

My initial thoughts about the program were that it’s one of those no-brainers that are needed in our current society. The program is based on changing behavior by holding the kid accountable, and having actual consequences for actions. Interestingly enough, much of it is focused on changing the parent–not so much that the parents are bad, but that their ways haven’t worked, aren’t working, and need to change as well. Those initial thoughts haven’t changed at all, and I believe they are some of the main reasons the program works.

The only real critique I have with the program is that is is designed for older kids. Granted, that’s by design, since it’s the ages where the bad behavior is the worst and when parents are at the end of their ropes. But the principles are so universal that it could–and perhaps should–be adjusted to also include younger children so that they do not get to that point.

But for those parents with teens, where bad behavior has set in and become the norm…there is help. It doesn’t have to be that way. A free trial is available at the link on the right side of my blog.

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