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Over Protective Parents
Preventing Developmental
      Progression

     A Presentation by
      Richard Schall
Harvy Clarizio & George McCoy
“dependency, anxiety and
insecurity, aggressiveness, a
 nd achievement motivation
     are factors that are
 commonly invo...
Dependency may involve child-
 adult relationships in which the
 child is often seeking help and
  physical contact, engag...
Over Protective Parent
Remember that Erikson proposed an 8
     stage theory of psychosocial
   development, from infancy to old
                ...
Stage Two: 18 Months To 3
               Years
       Autonomy vs Doubt
This stage focuses on self control
and self confid...
Preschoolers with
restrictive, overpr
otective parents =

shame & self-doubt
The overly dependent
child is more likely to
become a passively
dependent individual.
Maturing children
become less dependent
 on their parents, with a
resulting decrease in the
        dependent
 behaviors, ...
The uniqueness of adolescence has
  long been recognized as a key
crossroads in human development.




 Robert Havighurst
...
1. Achieving new and more mature relations
   with age-mates of both sexes.
2. Achieving a masculine or feminine social
  ...
Adults occasionally find it hard
to quot;let goquot; of their children. They
want to keep their children with
them far bey...
1.   Selecting a mate
2.   Achieving a masculine or
     feminine social role
3.   Learning to live with a
     marriage p...
Contributes to a child's
    overdependence

  Interferes with the move
toward greater independence

 It creates shame and...
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  1. 1. Over Protective Parents Preventing Developmental Progression A Presentation by Richard Schall
  2. 2. Harvy Clarizio & George McCoy
  3. 3. “dependency, anxiety and insecurity, aggressiveness, a nd achievement motivation are factors that are commonly involved in child and adolescent problems.”
  4. 4. Dependency may involve child- adult relationships in which the child is often seeking help and physical contact, engaging in attention-seeking behavior, and maintaining physical proximity to the adult.
  5. 5. Over Protective Parent
  6. 6. Remember that Erikson proposed an 8 stage theory of psychosocial development, from infancy to old age
  7. 7. Stage Two: 18 Months To 3 Years Autonomy vs Doubt This stage focuses on self control and self confidence and Erickson points out that this is the stage where an overprotective parent can do the most damage. The child wants autonomy. We’re all familiar with the two hour wait because they have to tie their own shoes. We wait because in this stage, failure to reinforce these efforts will lead the child to doubt themselves and your trust in them.
  8. 8. Preschoolers with restrictive, overpr otective parents = shame & self-doubt
  9. 9. The overly dependent child is more likely to become a passively dependent individual.
  10. 10. Maturing children become less dependent on their parents, with a resulting decrease in the dependent behaviors, and become more dependent on peers for approval and attention.
  11. 11. The uniqueness of adolescence has long been recognized as a key crossroads in human development. Robert Havighurst The mastery of eight developmental tasks is critical to adolescent adjustment
  12. 12. 1. Achieving new and more mature relations with age-mates of both sexes. 2. Achieving a masculine or feminine social role. 3. Accepting one`s physique and using one`s body effectively. 4. Desiring, accepting, and achieving socially responsible behavior. 5. Achieving emotional independence from parents and other adults. 6. Preparing for an economic career. 7. Preparing for marriage and family life. 8. Acquiring a set of values and an ethical system as a guide to behavior – developing an ideology.
  13. 13. Adults occasionally find it hard to quot;let goquot; of their children. They want to keep their children with them far beyond any reasonable time. This will lead to the prevention of……..
  14. 14. 1. Selecting a mate 2. Achieving a masculine or feminine social role 3. Learning to live with a marriage partner 4. Starting a family 5. Rearing children 6. Managing a home 7. Getting started in an occupation 8. Taking on civic responsibility 9. Finding a congenial social group
  15. 15. Contributes to a child's overdependence Interferes with the move toward greater independence It creates shame and self- doubt Prevents progression in later Developmental Stages

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