Group Exercises for Adolescents
A Manual for Therapists, School Counselors, and Spiritual Leaders
- Susan E. Carrell - Carrell Counseling
Adolescence | Children and Adolescent Counselling
Group Exercises for Adolescents provides some imaginative and engaging activities which teenagers could relate to, but I also feel that many of them could be adapted to teaching counselling at levels 2 and 3. The author covers a variety of difficult topics such as anger, sexuality and addiction. Icebreakers are also included, and explanations of how to use the book.
This book has some good ideas and exercises, but nothing particularly unique. It is a good read, but I do not envisage using most of the ideas in the classroom.
Some useful ideas and exercises to help students put some of the theory into practice. Well laid out and clear instructions.
Not adopted as a required text but recommended as a resourse for students in this course interested in groupwork with children, adolescents, and families!
A great book that I have used in my health and social care class. Tables are now in a U shape. The students have enjoyed using this book and putting into practice what they have learnt in their placements. I have reccomended they purchase their own copy and I have reccomended it to the college library also.