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Finally YP identify personal high risk/problematic situations ready for the following one to one session. Exercise 3.0: Review. Time: 10 Minutes. Tutor notes: What’s it all about? This exercise allows group members to recap on their learning from the previous session. What you need: List of learning points from previous session. Running the exercise: 1. Recap on the learning points from the previous session by asking the group to recall what they learned, in particular the purpose of the exercises should be revisited. 2. Allow group members to describe briefly any time over that last week that they have used the skills and how they dealt with them. Learning points: 107
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Greater understanding and control of behaviour can be gained recapping on learning. Exercise 3.1: What are my options? (Brainstorming) Time: 15 Minutes. Tutor notes: What’s it all about? People often have rigid ways of thinking when faced with problems. Brainstorming to consider different options helps people think creatively and outside their normal box of solutions. What you need: Problem scenario (PS 2 Danny) Flipchart set out with a cloud in the middle Blank brainstorm sheets. Pens / flipchart pens Running the exercise: 1. Ask the group ‘What does the word Brainstorm mean to you?’ 2. Explain that there are some key principles to brainstorming: All ideas are welcome…useful or not its quantity not quality!!! One idea can lead to lots of others, think outside the box!! 2. Read out problem scenario from exercise 2.3 to the group: 108
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Danny is seventeen, he left school last year and has not yet done anything else. He cannot decide what to do next, he wants to do something and has some interest in being a mechanic but is unsure of how he can go about doing this. 4. Ask the group to define the problem in term of ‘how things are’ and ‘how you want them to be’. Write this in the cloud on the prepared flipchart. 5. Encourage the group to brainstorm a range of options to solve that problem. Write these on the flip chart. Practising the skill: another chance to practice creating options. 6. Read out the problem scenario below or chose a situation from the situations card list from PS2 that is relevant to the groups experience: Peter is sixteen years old and has been playing for a local rugby team since he was eleven. He knows all of the players really well and they often socialise outside of the game. Peter has recently noticed that one of the players Micki has not been joining them when meeting up and has missed a couple of training sessions. Peter saw Micki one night in the local park on the way back from training. Micki was with a group who are known heroin users. Peter stopped to talk to Micki but Micki told him to leave. Peter believes Micki was high. Since that night Peter has tried to phone Micki but he has been cancelling his calls.
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