ISBN: 9781776553914

Understanding Feelings

 25.00

Understanding Feelings is all about equipping young people with the self-esteem, resilience and strategies they need to cope with the stresses of our increasingly complex and demanding world.
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ISBN: 9781776553914
Author(s) : Dee Doherty
SKU: 9781776553914

Description

Supporting the mental health of adolescents

Adolescence can be a time of great vulnerability as many teenagers grapple with changed expectations and demands, peer pressure, a desire to fit in, and the need to be valued and accepted as an individual. It is also a pivotal time of transition, as how a young person feels about themselves and their place in the world can profoundly shape the emerging adult. Understanding Feelings is all about equipping young people with the self-esteem, resilience and strategies they need to cope with the stresses of our increasingly complex and demanding world.

Its straightforward information and authentic activities prompt students to explore their own responses to many of the issues young people face, ranging from hope and happiness to gender identity and sexual feelings to depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts. Another important component of this book is that it guides students to look outside as well as in – to consider the feelings and needs of others – with the aim of improving how our most emotionally fragile young people are perceived and treated.

Features:

  • Designed to inform students about and support them through their teenage years
  • Takes a sensitive but practical approach to a wide range of topics of significance and concern to young people
  • Includes case studies and activities for students to explore their own feelings and consider other perspectives as well
  • Emphasises supports and strategies that help students to cope with the difficult times in life’s journey

Additional information

Age Suitability:

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Extent:

A4 Photocopiable Teacher Resource Book – Page count: 60

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Publication Year:

2017

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