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3/1/2011 1 Ten keys that make up a good survival kit for working with adolescents 1. Remember your own …. 2. Give adolescents a good …. 3. Give them ….and a chance to… 5. Give instructions, not …. 4. Show appreciation for their… adolescence role model independence show what they can do orders learn 6. Be willing to….from adolescents Ten keys that make up a good survival kit for working with adolescents 7. Enjoy their…. 8. Insist on their respect and…. 9. Don’t just listen, … 10. See adolescents as… humor reciprocate hear who they are
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Unformatted text preview: 2 1. Your first priority is to… build trust why? – active listening – responding to the adolescent’s emotions – ensuring privacy & confidentiality until established – not much can be accomplished 2. Set… boundaries and limitations 3. Be flexible… adolescents often change their mind 3 critical elements 4. Be non… judgmental 5. Encourage their … strengths 6. Be… concerns of adolescents how does what you observe on the outside reflect what is on the inside? – not always consistent 7. Understand the … – what are some of these?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course HLTH 300 taught by Professor Randypage during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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