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From Surviving to Thriving: Promoting Mental Health in Young People

Fuller


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    $42.35
PUBLISHED: 1st June 1998
ISBN: 9780864312778
ANNOTATION:
Provides guidance on how to work with adolescents at risk of anti social behaviours such as bullying, self-harming, school refusal, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression and suicide. Provides practical advice illustrated with case studies, and combined with current statistics and research.
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  • Paperback
    $42.35
PUBLISHED: 1st June 1998
ISBN: 9780864312778
ANNOTATION:
Provides guidance on how to work with adolescents at risk of anti social behaviours such as bullying, self-harming, school refusal, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression and suicide. Provides practical advice illustrated with case studies, and combined with current statistics and research.

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Provides guidance on how to work with adolescents at risk of anti social behaviours such as bullying, self-harming, school refusal, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression and suicide. Provides practical advice illustrated with case studies, and combined with current statistics and research.

Publisher Description

This book is written primarily for school counsellors, but would be a valuable resource for any professional working with adolescents. It aims to provide guidance on working with adolescents at risk of anti-social behaviours (such as self-harming, eating disorders, substance abuse, school refusal, bullying, depression and suicide), and what factors to consider when developing preventative programs. The approach is solutions-oriented, and is informed by family therapy thinking - a contextual approach that takes into account the family, school and peer group.

Product Details

Pages
198
Year
1998
ISBN-10
0864312776
ISBN-13
9780864312778
Format
Paperback
Country of Publication
Australia
Illustrations
illustrations
Publisher
Australian Council Educational Research (ACER)
Subtitle
Promoting Mental Health in Young People
Publication Date
1998-06-01
Author
Fuller