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Brief Counselling in Schools: Working with Young People from by Dennis Lines

By Dennis Lines

Short Counseling in colleges, moment version is a realistic consultant to offering support and help to youth experiencing quite a number problems of their domestic and faculty lives. spotting the restrictions of operating inside tuition settings, the publication illustrates how counseling can however be potent, even if time is brief and confidentiality is difficult to maintain. in accordance with a mode of short integrative counseling that may be tailored to the variety of difficulties which scholars carry to counseling, and illustrated with wealthy and sundry case fabric, the chapters examine problems with: vanity; melancholy and suicidal options; bullying; parental separation and step-parent clash; loss and bereavement; non secular issues; smoking, drug, and alcohol use; and sexuality.  

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The early studies of Margaret Mead (1928; 1930; 1949) demonstrated that adolescence does not occur in societies which draw children rapidly through the processes of assuming adult responsibility. Mead (1928) showed how free children could be when held strictly within an extended family regime that had specified social roles and relaxed sexual attitudes. , 2001; Galatzer-Levi, 2002) have amplified her work and have much to say about multicultural perspectives and counselling. , 2001) challenged Erikson’s model by examining social patterns of 12 different cultures that had varying degrees of technological complexity.

This Act gave unclear ruling on the rights of children to confidentiality in counselling, and the concern has been recognized by the Children’s Legal Centre, but the ruling on child protection has no ambiguity. Section 47 of the Children Act 1989 makes it a duty for a local authority to make enquiries if they have reasonable cause to suspect that a child is suffering significant harm: S. 9 S. 10 S. 11 Where a local authority is conducting enquiries under this section, it shall be the duty of any person mentioned in subsection (11) to assist them with those enquiries (in particular by providing relevant information and advice) if called upon by the authority to do so.

Passing through the years from 11 to 18, from years seven to thirteen in school, is the developmental transition from child to adult, from dependence to autonomy, and this transition in western society is termed ‘adolescence’. But what actually is adolescence, and is it a universal phenomenon? While it is instantly recognizable, it is not fully understood. This chapter attempts to portray this period of development as it impacts within school, since no counselling approach, brief or long-term, can suitably address teenage difficulties without an understanding of the internal and external world of young people.

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