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"If you could run the country for one day, what would you do?"
"What is your opinion about divorced parents who remarry?"
"When you become a parent, what will you do to keep your kids off drugs?"
Teen clients tend to be more guarded in group settings than adult clients. That's why discussion-starting questions are so helpful. This book features over five hundred questions and observations, both wide-ranging and specific, that will help your young clients start a group discussion and keep it going. You'll find questions for adolescents
-at risk for substance abuse
-facing a family member's addiction
-affected by divorce
-grappling with the everyday issues of growing up
Adolescent Group Facilitator's Guide: Dynamic Discussion Starters outlines the skills needed for conducting successful adolescent groups and includes an alphabetized index of topics for easy reference, a bibliography, and reflective answers that provide your young clients with alternate viewpoints. This book is essential if you work with adolescents in
-substance abuse treatment centers
-community mental health centers
-inpatient programs addressing behavioral and emotional problems
-teacher advisory programs
-schools and other educational support systems