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by Pamela Espeland,Jean Sunde Peterson

Download Talk With Teens About Self and Stress: 50 Guided Discussions for School and Counseling Groups ePub
  • ISBN 0915793555
  • ISBN13 978-0915793556
  • Language English
  • Author Pamela Espeland,Jean Sunde Peterson
  • Publisher Free Spirit Pub (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats rtf lrf mbr doc
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1777 kb
  • Size Fb2 1881 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 433

Guided discussions to help teens about self and stress.

Guided discussions to help teens about self and stress. A nice book with good basic techniques for group-work with teens.

Guided discussions to help teens about self and stress. Paperback: 192 pages. Publisher: Free Spirit Pub (September 1, 1993).

Peterson, Jean Sunde, 1941-;Espeland, Pamela, 1951-;Peterson, Jean . A companion to Talk with teens about self and stress. way to reach out to the students in your homeroom or class, youth group, or counseling group.

Peterson, Jean Sunde, 1941-;Espeland, Pamela, 1951-;Peterson, Jean Sunde, 1941- Talk with teens about self and stress. Includes bibliographical references and index. A proven way to reach out to the students in your homeroom or class, youth group, or counseling group.

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Talk with Teens about Self and Stress: 50 Guided Discussions for School and Counseling Groups.

Two Dutch university educators apply theory related to conflict, intervention, and counseling, as well as solution-focus tenets, in resolving conflicts among professional personnel in school settings. Talk with Teens about Self and Stress: 50 Guided Discussions for School and Counseling Groups. Espeland, Pamela, Ed.

Published by Free Spirit Publishing, .

Talk With Teens About Feelings, Family, Relationships, and the Future: 50 Guided Discussions for School and Counseling Groups. ISBN 13: 9780915793884. Published by Free Spirit Publishing, . ISBN 10: 0915793881 ISBN 13: 9780915793884.

Personal Name: Espeland, Pamela, 1951 .

Personal Name: Espeland, Pamela, 1951-. Rubrics: Counseling in secondary education United States Discussion Teacher participation in educational counseling Self-perception in adolescence Stress in adolescence. ISBN: 1572300884 (acid-free paper) Publication & Distribution: New York. Guilford Press, (c)1996. Author: Van der Kolk, Bessel . 1943- Author: McFarlane, Alexander C. Author: Weisæth, Lars.

This book is designed as a nuts and bolts guide for school counselors

This book is designed as a nuts and bolts guide for school counselors. Fibkins highlights for secondary school counselors the "how’s" and "why’s" for using group counseling intervention to help the increasing numbers of troubled teenagers. Group counseling intervention is ideally suited to reach many more students than one-on-one counseling, and it offers busy counselors a positive way to maximize their outreach services.

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Usaxma
its outdated but the content is really good.....
lacki
This is a good book if you are a school counselor or working with troubled teens. It has some great ideas for things to do-not just worksheets. All the things are very interactive and easy to put together quickly.
Velellan
A nice book with good basic techniques for group-work with teens. Overall it lacked a bit of modern flare and needed the therapist to adjust to the times.
Jothris
First off, I gave this book to my cousin as a birthday present. I remember the time when I was a teenager and some of the issues and concerns I dealt with , as many young people do today; some more life-altering than others; i.e. drugs and alcohol, depression, suicide and family upheavals as well as gun violence. I found the book to be very user-friendly and read the book at our local library. The discussions suggested within the book are helpful in leading pointed, educational sessions with teens and would be great for counselors and teachers alike. And the fact in is for grades 7-12, makes it a great resource to the mental health and self-help communities.
Shezokha
I am a school social worker (K-6) and I have loooooots of resources. This is one I come back to again and again. The BEST thing about it is that all the discussions are perfectly laid out for you. All I do is open the book and start talking. The students I use it with (usually 5th and 6th graders) are ready for this type of candid talk and they always have a good group experience when we do this.
The guidelines, suggestions and tips in the beginning are very useful. I use the "personal strengths and limitations" section and the "time and priorities" section all the time with all different types of groups. i find so much about the kids and it helps me to know what direction to take the group next time or to further address some issues I wouldn't have othewise known about. I successfully use this with 5th and 6th graders but not all lessons are right for that age. It would be an absolutely perfect resource for middle and high school social workers and counselors. The other Talk with Teens book is just as good!