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3. Attention should be paid to the learning outcomes of the session. ~ 62
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Session 4: Personal Storyboards. The final session of the self control module is completed on a one-to-one allowing the individual to apply the learning from the past three self control sessions directly to their own offending behaviour. This will be achieved through the completion of a ‘snowball’ storyboard of their offence. YP will then draw on their thoughts, beliefs, decisions and emotions. They will then be encouraged to generate alternative behaviours and ‘green’ thoughts they would be able to use in future. Time: One to one sessions should last for about 50 minutes. Exercise 4.0: 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. 63
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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: Greater understanding and control of behaviour can be gained recapping on learning. Exercise 4:1: My Snowball Tutor notes: What’s it all about? Personal storyboard sessions increase the personal relevance of the group sessions by allowing individuals to practise applying the skill to their own situation in a safe environment. These sessions also allow tutors to monitor the individuals progress and understanding of the material covered. What you need: Blank A3 ‘Snowball’ worksheet Blue, green, red pens Running the exercise: 64
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In each snowball on the worksheet get the young person to draw a picture to represent what happened at each stage of their offence. It may be helpful to get them to discuss this first to help break it down. An example might be they had had a bad day (them under a black cloud), they went to park with friends (picture of park gates), they had drinks with friends (stick men sat on bench with alcohol, one stick man knocked other that one fallen over), as drunk an argument results (stick men argue with speech bubbles), Young person punched victim and was arrested (picture of fight and police car in background). Exercise 4.2: Exploring my ABC’s. 1. Using their drawings discuss with the individual what their first activating event/trigger was (the bad day). 2. Then ask how the events ended (with a fight and being arrested). 3. Then work through the stages of the offence as they did with the pictures and write on the explanation to 65
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the different stages of the ‘ABC’ model onto their worksheet. 4. Ensure that there is an ‘ABC’ for each snowball on the snowball worksheet.
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