Camp Counseling: Leadership and Programming for the Organized Camp

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Brown & Benchmark, 1993 - Camp counselors - 530 pages
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The seventh edition of Camp Counseling continues in the successful tradition of the six previous editions, emphasizing face-to-face leadership skills and programming ideas for the organized camp. In addition, the latest edition presents a fresh contemporary view of the trends, philosophies, and practices of the modern organized camp movement. New sections have been included to discuss important topics such as behavior management, environmental concerns, common health problems, and much more.

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Contents

HISTORY OF ORGANIZED CAMPING
17
VALUES AND TRENDS IN ORGANIZED CAMPING
27
THE COUNSELOR AS A GROUP LEADER
111
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