This book is full of tools and techniques to enable teenagers to understand self-awareness, self-esteem and give them the ability to thrive.
– Helping Teenagers Talk about their Feelings
At this challenging developmental stage, when teenagers are finding things difficult, this book can really help. It is full of tools and techniques of what to say and how to be, enabling teenagers to move from unhappiness, poor functioning or learning blocks, to a place of self-awareness, self-esteem and the ability to thrive.
The first part of the book offers a key assessment tool, namely ‘The Teenager Well-Being Profile’. This is designed for people to easily assess just how well the teenager is doing in their life emotionally and relationally. If the teenager is messing up in some areas, the Well-Being Profile will show clearly which life skill he or she has not yet mastered.
The accompanying, empowering worksheets address key feelings, issues and concerns common to teenagers. The worksheets enable adults to be with the teenager in a confident, non-embarrassing and effective way so that the conversation flows. This book provides a real opportunity for transformational conversations that will really make a difference.
Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary), Ages: 18+ (Adult)
These two terrific Talkabout books have been written to support educators and therapists who deliver social and relationship skills groups for older children and young adults with social, emotional or behavioural difficulties.
This comprehensive resource offers a proactive, preventative approach within an educational paradigm that is based on the premise that resilience can be taught and that factors can be altered to facilitate resiliency among at-risk students.
Rob Long’s Beating The Blues !is designed to help students to better understand the emotions that can overwhelm them in their teenage years, take ownership and look for ways to resolve their own emotional problems.
A Practical Workbook and Professional Guide to Empower Autistic Children and Young People Aged 10+
The Recovery Through Activity handbook offers an occupation-centred treatment programme and intervention, rooted in occupational therapy and underpinned by the Model of Human Occupation.
Fully revised and updated, this practical book shines a light on the insights, opinions and experiences of autistic girls and women, providing a rich insight into school life from an autistic perspective.
– Understanding and Practicing Inclusion Across Higher Education
Adopting a UDL Attitude within Academia bridges the gap between the theory and practice of UDL (Universal Design for Learning). It guides the reader through the origins of the development of UDL as an innovative way of thinking about inclusion and the evolution of this theory into practice, as it explores UDL and its relevance beyond the classroom.
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