treating each young person as an individual
treating them with respect and dignity
helping them to achieve their potential in all facets of their life
and giving them opportunities to learn new skills, discover new experiences, and prepare for a happy and fulfilling adult life. Wherever possible the words of young people themselves, alongside those of practitioners who work with them, create the context for providing strategies for creating the right environment
guidelines for training the people involved
and examples, case studies.
|Publisher:||Russell House Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of ContentsUnderstanding adolescence
adolescent theories and coping strategies
young people and the law
young people with differing needs - black and ethnic minority young people, young people with disabilities, helping young people understand and cope with their sexual identity and sexuality
working with parents
communicating with young people - speech and language, listening, body language, managing meetings
the role of professional - understanding and caring for yourself.