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our goal is not to raise scholars but to raise productive human beings Help for Billy All Belong Help for Billy Help for Billy uantity Add to cart SKU Category Uncategorized Description Additional information Reviews Description Author Heather T Forbes LCSW Publisher Beyond Conseuences Institute LLC Pages This pragmatic manual is an essential guide for families and educators who are struggling to understand and support children influenced by Help for Billy Anna Lloyd Hebb EdD Help for Billy Heather T Forbes LCSW Trauma is defined as any event that is overwhelming than which is ordinarily expected True Such an event puts a child in the place of feeling out of control scared terrified worthless unlovable insecure and even endangered Events with the potentiality of childhood trauma Trauma does not impact the womb or the development of a child in read Online Help for Billy | PDF File Sharing Free Download Help for Billy PDF Written for both parents and educators Help for Billy addresses 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10 thoughts on “Help for Billy

  1. Isabel Isabel says:

    This book was recommended by my school admin At one point the principal said This is an amazing book I want every teacher to ever teach here to get a copy of it Every time I mentioned a particular behavior issue in my class various support staff education coaches counselors asked Have you read Help for Billy? Umm noooo not yet I've been too busy working with my dozens of Billys and 60 or so Andys as well as a few not yet named students to give this book the six and a half hours Audible said it would reuire I used the Audible version to listen on my way to and from work for a while Girlfriend is not my favorite reader and since she relies on her Figures to illustrate her points you kinda need to have the bookBut now I'm on midwinter break So what was the first thing I did? Cracked open good ol' Billy Perhaps I was set up for disappointment by all those insinuations of this book's greatness Regardless I was definitely disappointedSeems to me that Forbes approaches her topic as a parent of two out of country adopted children and as a social worker She really seems to be out of her league when she writes about the classroom especially when she offers advice for handling Billy As many have already pointed out working in a room with 20 something other students really does not allow us to engage with Billy the way HTF would like us to I can see some limited merit in her advice but much of it simply won't work in a real gen ed classroom Maybe in a room with a smaller class size? However not having taught in that environment unlike HTF I hesitate to claim it would work there eitherFurther despite her argument that all these traumatized kids act like toddlers I find that some of the lessons are hard to extrapolate from her illustrations of life in elementary school I teach middle school Our demands are different schedules content no recess and electives which allow teachers non instructional time Those are just to name a few Peer relationships and social demands are distinct for middle schoolers too so I freuently found myself trying to adjust her vignettes to fit my needs and frankly they just couldn'tHTF freuently casually makes demands on teachers' outside of classroom time to meet Billy's needs Calls home in the evening an extra ten minutes before school starts Small sacrifices for this stressed out kid And I can see that that makes sense to to a social worker who has never taught an eight hour day with many classes with multiple Billys To most classroom teachers though this really is asking than most of us can give Not because we are not loving and caring but because we are going all out during pretty much every minute of the day to meet the needs of all of our students in instruction materials extra supports and differentiation not to mention meetings with parents staff and professional learning committees How would HTF know about all of that though? And this is why she's not really ualified to make these recommendationsSo not so applicableThe other issue in my case is that we're being asked to consider Billy as an example of a child who has experienced childhood trauma This I get But HTF seems to be limiting this trauma to the experience of parental neglect While yes that is certainly an issue for some of my Billys it's certainly not the case for all We have a lot of parents who are dedicated and loving already and still are at their wits' end regarding how to help their kids In fact many of us are loving caring teachers who are still having trouble and this is not because we are insufficiently loving HTF does have the decency to admit at the end of her book that sometimes we simply won't see a change in Billy Our job is simply to love 'em like crazy and hope for the best Billy is on his own healing timeline This I understand but it certainly doesn't leave any way for me to improve the climate in my general class when we must all simply love and accept Billy and try to press on with the instruction that all of my students need Billy's dysregulation isn't just a hazard to himself while he is healing; he's also a setback to the rest of the class when they are trying to keep upcatch uplearn something in class each dayNo matter how often HTF reminds us that we must not let test scores or other false measures determine our success the fact is that at least in my school system data matters Really as a parent of students in public schools I also would want some kind of proof that my child is growing and learning in school HTF's blank check that we just need to keep loving Billy is not much of a gift to th rest of the kids in the classroom Sometimes I wonder if it is also an excuse to lower expectations for Billy by detaching from the outcome 197 Those are very dangerous words making room for a lot of growing gaps in education As someone who spent almost ten pages convincing us that words matter heading of the section that runs from 179 to 188 in which HTF critics and analyzes words used in standard IEPs this seems irresponsibleSpeaking of irresponsible What in the world was that pseudo science HTF was trying to pass off about entrainment with that bizarre illustration of a body with force fields coming from its heart and head? 129 130 To somehow imply that synched menstrual cycles and great conversations with friends are the same thing as patting a kid's shoulder is just nuts I guess I just need to do research into the Institute of HeartMath I'm sure they're reputable It kinda sounds like DartmouthDid I learn anything from this book? Yes But most of it was usefully less condescendingly and universally presented in Glasser's Transforming the Difficult Child which is so far the most pragmatic source I've seen for interacting with my Billys with dignity respect gentleness kindness and accountability for both the students and myself In a classroom that's pretty much the kind of love my students seem to need most


  2. Sarah Samplonius Sarah Samplonius says:

    Was hoping for real solutions to the real problem of kids with trauma Was frustrated as I feel a lot of this is unworkable in a real classroom Perhaps if they are put in separate classes some of these things could be instituted But I can't see a teacher of a full class of kids stopping the class repeatedly and it will be repeatedly to give Billy time to calm or regulate Nothing would get done Maybe for kids lower on the trauma spectrum some of these things are workable


  3. Sarah Hyatt Sarah Hyatt says:

    This should be reuired reading for anyone working with children in any capacity It should be reuired reading annually for anyone working with children in a teaching setting


  4. Curtainthief Curtainthief says:

    Typically when you see negative reactions to books such as this one they criticize it for promoting practices too difficult to implement in a real classroom But that type of criticism still tends to assume that what is written is true The plan might work if you had smaller class sizes time and support Here that wouldn't change a thing because what Forbes has written about children and trauma isn't actually trueHow could I say such a thing? For one I haven't seen citations this appalling since actually being in grade school In the notes section you can find references to WebMD blogspot and freedictionarycom Forbes makes misguided claims about the way the brain functions which could easily have been avoided through doing some actual research Most glaringly she recommends that we manipulate the emotional states of children using our heart energy That's not a metaphor There's a fucking diagramBeyond this Forbes tends to characterize Billy in a 1 dimensional manner He's scared That's all We must do everything in our power to make him feel safe Then towards the end of the book she advocates a zero tolerance policy for bullies What she fails to realize is that Billy often is the bully The previous 200 pages demand extreme tolerance at all times This contradiction leads one to cast intense doubt over Forbes' ability to think through the complex issues present in schools today No truth no logic What's left is yet another credo calling for compassion in the classroom Redundant


  5. Audra Audra says:

    Not as great as the other three but still pretty fantastic I also appreciate the tone used throughout the book which is one of understanding and teamwork I felt comfortable passing this on to my son's educational team without worrying about setting up an adversarial relationship


  6. Katz Katz says:

    Before I write what this book meant to me let me say that I can't unread it Therefore it will have an impact on me and maybe help in dealing with the many many Billies I see in urban middle school The basic premise is Billy can't help himself he is damaged goods learn to coddle and connive him in order to stop disrupting derailing and destroying the public school classroom he or she is in It really is not his fault he is wired to be the way he is because he was possibly unloved in utero not given attention all the way up to abused sad but real Oh and it never ends until he or she grows up? Not sure about that One specific complaint of this book is in the long list of negative environmental things that Billy could be exposed to it excludes addiction So here is my official review I am anxiously awaiting the follow up books in this series1 Help for Billy's parents so that they can see beyond the attention appeal of having a baby2 Help for America's public education system which is overloaded with Billy3 Help for Billy's teachers to find new jobs or ways of dealing with stress4 Help for Billy's classmates to find a school where they can learn because they can't here as their teacher is spending all of her time dealing with Billy's antics which he can't help no blame5 Help for Billy's classmates to realize that though Billy creates a lot of entertainment in the classroom swearing fighting throwing stuff talking it really is taking away from their education6 Help for Billy so that he can overcome his psychological problems via counseling medicine therapy etc7 Help for Billy to get accepted to a voucher school that is not allowed to kick him out because they are using tax dollars


  7. Doug Heishman Doug Heishman says:

    Best book I've read about working with challenging students


  8. Rebecca Preston Rebecca Preston says:

    Did this as a Book Study at work Excellent book and provided me with a fresh perspective of my students I desire relationship over behavior Totally worth reading


  9. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Good Some of this stuff seems so basic and obvious but clearly we need work on this as educators I like the practicum suggestions and ease of this read Very approachable as a book for teacher at any level


  10. Dayna Hauschild Dayna Hauschild says:

    Heather Forbes does an excellent job of blending the latest research on trauma into the classroom She helps one understand how the brain is wired and gives alternative ways of handling the students who are affected by trauma Very readable and applicable


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10 thoughts on “Help for Billy

  1. Isabel Isabel says:

    This book was recommended by my school admin At one point the principal said This is an amazing book I want every teacher to ever teach here to get a copy of it Every time I mentioned a particular behavior issue in my class various support staff education coaches counselors asked Have you read Help for Billy? Umm noooo not yet I've been too busy working with my dozens of Billys and 60 or so Andys as well as a few not yet named students to give this book the six and a half hours Audible said it would reuire I used the Audible version to listen on my way to and from work for a while Girlfriend is not my favorite reader and since she relies on her Figures to illustrate her points you kinda need to have the bookBut now I'm on midwinter break So what was the first thing I did? Cracked open good ol' Billy Perhaps I was set up for disappointment by all those insinuations of this book's greatness Regardless I was definitely disappointedSeems to me that Forbes approaches her topic as a parent of two out of country adopted children and as a social worker She really seems to be out of her league when she writes about the classroom especially when she offers advice for handling Billy As many have already pointed out working in a room with 20 something other students really does not allow us to engage with Billy the way HTF would like us to I can see some limited merit in her advice but much of it simply won't work in a real gen ed classroom Maybe in a room with a smaller class size? However not having taught in that environment unlike HTF I hesitate to claim it would work there eitherFurther despite her argument that all these traumatized kids act like toddlers I find that some of the lessons are hard to extrapolate from her illustrations of life in elementary school I teach middle school Our demands are different schedules content no recess and electives which allow teachers non instructional time Those are just to name a few Peer relationships and social demands are distinct for middle schoolers too so I freuently found myself trying to adjust her vignettes to fit my needs and frankly they just couldn'tHTF freuently casually makes demands on teachers' outside of classroom time to meet Billy's needs Calls home in the evening an extra ten minutes before school starts Small sacrifices for this stressed out kid And I can see that that makes sense to to a social worker who has never taught an eight hour day with many classes with multiple Billys To most classroom teachers though this really is asking than most of us can give Not because we are not loving and caring but because we are going all out during pretty much every minute of the day to meet the needs of all of our students in instruction materials extra supports and differentiation not to mention meetings with parents staff and professional learning committees How would HTF know about all of that though? And this is why she's not really ualified to make these recommendationsSo not so applicableThe other issue in my case is that we're being asked to consider Billy as an example of a child who has experienced childhood trauma This I get But HTF seems to be limiting this trauma to the experience of parental neglect While yes that is certainly an issue for some of my Billys it's certainly not the case for all We have a lot of parents who are dedicated and loving already and still are at their wits' end regarding how to help their kids In fact many of us are loving caring teachers who are still having trouble and this is not because we are insufficiently loving HTF does have the decency to admit at the end of her book that sometimes we simply won't see a change in Billy Our job is simply to love 'em like crazy and hope for the best Billy is on his own healing timeline This I understand but it certainly doesn't leave any way for me to improve the climate in my general class when we must all simply love and accept Billy and try to press on with the instruction that all of my students need Billy's dysregulation isn't just a hazard to himself while he is healing; he's also a setback to the rest of the class when they are trying to keep upcatch uplearn something in class each dayNo matter how often HTF reminds us that we must not let test scores or other false measures determine our success the fact is that at least in my school system data matters Really as a parent of students in public schools I also would want some kind of proof that my child is growing and learning in school HTF's blank check that we just need to keep loving Billy is not much of a gift to th rest of the kids in the classroom Sometimes I wonder if it is also an excuse to lower expectations for Billy by detaching from the outcome 197 Those are very dangerous words making room for a lot of growing gaps in education As someone who spent almost ten pages convincing us that words matter heading of the section that runs from 179 to 188 in which HTF critics and analyzes words used in standard IEPs this seems irresponsibleSpeaking of irresponsible What in the world was that pseudo science HTF was trying to pass off about entrainment with that bizarre illustration of a body with force fields coming from its heart and head? 129 130 To somehow imply that synched menstrual cycles and great conversations with friends are the same thing as patting a kid's shoulder is just nuts I guess I just need to do research into the Institute of HeartMath I'm sure they're reputable It kinda sounds like DartmouthDid I learn anything from this book? Yes But most of it was usefully less condescendingly and universally presented in Glasser's Transforming the Difficult Child which is so far the most pragmatic source I've seen for interacting with my Billys with dignity respect gentleness kindness and accountability for both the students and myself In a classroom that's pretty much the kind of love my students seem to need most

  2. Sarah Samplonius Sarah Samplonius says:

    Was hoping for real solutions to the real problem of kids with trauma Was frustrated as I feel a lot of this is unworkable in a real classroom Perhaps if they are put in separate classes some of these things could be instituted But I can't see a teacher of a full class of kids stopping the class repeatedly and it will be repeatedly to give Billy time to calm or regulate Nothing would get done Maybe for kids lower on the trauma spectrum some of these things are workable

  3. Sarah Hyatt Sarah Hyatt says:

    This should be reuired reading for anyone working with children in any capacity It should be reuired reading annually for anyone working with children in a teaching setting

  4. Curtainthief Curtainthief says:

    Typically when you see negative reactions to books such as this one they criticize it for promoting practices too difficult to implement in a real classroom But that type of criticism still tends to assume that what is written is true The plan might work if you had smaller class sizes time and support Here that wouldn't change a thing because what Forbes has written about children and trauma isn't actually trueHow could I say such a thing? For one I haven't seen citations this appalling since actually being in grade school In the notes section you can find references to WebMD blogspot and freedictionarycom Forbes makes misguided claims about the way the brain functions which could easily have been avoided through doing some actual research Most glaringly she recommends that we manipulate the emotional states of children using our heart energy That's not a metaphor There's a fucking diagramBeyond this Forbes tends to characterize Billy in a 1 dimensional manner He's scared That's all We must do everything in our power to make him feel safe Then towards the end of the book she advocates a zero tolerance policy for bullies What she fails to realize is that Billy often is the bully The previous 200 pages demand extreme tolerance at all times This contradiction leads one to cast intense doubt over Forbes' ability to think through the complex issues present in schools today No truth no logic What's left is yet another credo calling for compassion in the classroom Redundant

  5. Audra Audra says:

    Not as great as the other three but still pretty fantastic I also appreciate the tone used throughout the book which is one of understanding and teamwork I felt comfortable passing this on to my son's educational team without worrying about setting up an adversarial relationship

  6. Katz Katz says:

    Before I write what this book meant to me let me say that I can't unread it Therefore it will have an impact on me and maybe help in dealing with the many many Billies I see in urban middle school The basic premise is Billy can't help himself he is damaged goods learn to coddle and connive him in order to stop disrupting derailing and destroying the public school classroom he or she is in It really is not his fault he is wired to be the way he is because he was possibly unloved in utero not given attention all the way up to abused sad but real Oh and it never ends until he or she grows up? Not sure about that One specific complaint of this book is in the long list of negative environmental things that Billy could be exposed to it excludes addiction So here is my official review I am anxiously awaiting the follow up books in this series1 Help for Billy's parents so that they can see beyond the attention appeal of having a baby2 Help for America's public education system which is overloaded with Billy3 Help for Billy's teachers to find new jobs or ways of dealing with stress4 Help for Billy's classmates to find a school where they can learn because they can't here as their teacher is spending all of her time dealing with Billy's antics which he can't help no blame5 Help for Billy's classmates to realize that though Billy creates a lot of entertainment in the classroom swearing fighting throwing stuff talking it really is taking away from their education6 Help for Billy so that he can overcome his psychological problems via counseling medicine therapy etc7 Help for Billy to get accepted to a voucher school that is not allowed to kick him out because they are using tax dollars

  7. Doug Heishman Doug Heishman says:

    Best book I've read about working with challenging students

  8. Rebecca Preston Rebecca Preston says:

    Did this as a Book Study at work Excellent book and provided me with a fresh perspective of my students I desire relationship over behavior Totally worth reading

  9. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Good Some of this stuff seems so basic and obvious but clearly we need work on this as educators I like the practicum suggestions and ease of this read Very approachable as a book for teacher at any level

  10. Dayna Hauschild Dayna Hauschild says:

    Heather Forbes does an excellent job of blending the latest research on trauma into the classroom She helps one understand how the brain is wired and gives alternative ways of handling the students who are affected by trauma Very readable and applicable

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