Helping Adolescents in School

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Praeger, Jan 1, 2000 - Education - 188 pages
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This resource for student support for the development of caring schools will open up new sources of understanding for educators and mental health professionals. Dr. Branwhite provides a unique analysis of the views of adolescents based upon applied research and insight into adolescent reality as opposed to adult interpretation. This book identifies the challenges facing adolescents and highlights their coping skills and problem solving tools. The need for counseling and advice dispersion and its positive reception by adolescents is emphasized. Dr. Branwhite offers extensive advice on developing high-quality student support based on his experience dealing with adolescents as an educational psychologist for the past 20 years.

Branwhite offers extensive advice on developing high-quality student support based on his experience dealing with adolescents as an educational psychologist for the past 20 years. This book will be of interest to educators and mental health professionals dealing with the adolescent population.

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Contents

Research on Adolescent Help Seeking
13
Research on Adolescent Perception
29
New Research Findings
47
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TONY BRANWHITE is Principal Educational Psychologist, Psychology Service Directorate of Education and Personal Development, at Hewson House in North Lincolnshire./e

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