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The Resource Group interventions in schools : promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth, Elaine Clanton Harpine, (electronic resource)

Group interventions in schools : promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth, Elaine Clanton Harpine, (electronic resource)

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Group interventions in schools : promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth
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Group interventions in schools
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promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth
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Elaine Clanton Harpine
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Language
eng
Summary
"Children who are labeled at-risk often suffer from severe deficiencies in cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills that, if unaddressed, may lead to limited prospects for future success and well-being. Tapping into the therapeutic potential of groups, this volume presents the theory and practice of cognitive-oriented group-centered counseling - combining intrinsic motivation, efficacy retraining, and targeted play therapy and social role-playing - that can be implemented to help children build core social skills and emotional regulation to complement their classroom instruction." "Written primarily for school-based psychologists, counselors, and other school mental health personnel, this volume provides a solid foundation for those new to the field as well as a creative boost for group specialists. Other education professionals and mental health clinicians working with children and adolescents will find much of practical value here. Its accessible style makes the book worthwhile as a training text."--Jacket
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non fiction
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Group interventions in schools : promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth, Elaine Clanton Harpine, (electronic resource)
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Group interventions in schools : promoting mental health for at-risk children and youth, Elaine Clanton Harpine, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-103) and index
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multicolored
Contents
Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. Erasing Failure with School-Based Prevention Programs -- Stigmatizing Labels -- Group-Centered Interventions -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: "Will You Go to the Grocery Store?" -- 2. Skill-Building Efficacy Retraining -- Rebuilding Self-Efficacy -- Play and Learning -- Developing a School-Based Effi cacy-Retraining Program -- The Camp Sharigan Program: A Case Study -- Mastery Experiences -- Vicarious Experience -- Social Persuasion -- Physiological and Emotional States -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: "The Adventure" -- 3. Motivation: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic -- The Need for Intrinsic Motivation -- Environment Is an Essential Component of Motivation -- Motivation in the Classroom -- Intrinsic Motivation Encourages Children to Learn -- Self-Determination -- Developing an Intrinsically-Based Group-Centered Intervention: A Case Study -- Six Principles for Designing Intrinsically Motivating Group Interventions -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: "The Puppets Say" -- 4. Group Process and Change -- The Need to Belong to a Group -- Change Through Group Process -- How Does Group Process Bring About Change? -- Hope -- Universality -- Information -- Altruism -- The Family Group or Classroom: A Reflection of Interpersonal Problems -- Socializing Skills -- Modeling -- Interpersonal Learning -- Group Cohesion -- Catharsis -- Returning to the Classroom -- Groups for Children -- Groups for Teenagers -- Developing a Cohesive Group Format: A Case Study -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: "Down at the Pizza Shop" -- 5. Selecting Effective Interventions -- Identifying the Needs of the Client -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: "Helping Others" -- 6. A One-Week Group-Centered Motivational Intervention Program -- Reading Failure Leads to a Lifetime of Failure -- The Group-Centered Approach -- Camp Sharigan -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: The Fox's Game -- 7. Designing Group-Centered Motivational Interventions -- Designing Group-Centered Interventions that Encourage Group Cohesion -- Step 1: Developing Group Interventions to Meet the Needs of Students -- Step 2: How Would You Design a Program Using the Full Power of Group Process? -- Step 3: Combining Self-Efficacy, Intrinsic Motivation, and Cohesive Group Process into One Prevention Program -- Real-World Applications -- Observational Extensions -- A Ready-to-Use Group-Centered Intervention: The Paper Plate Puppet Play -- 8. Creating Cohesive Group Interventions -- The Advantage of Hands-On Interaction -- Interaction Leads to
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