At-Risk Continuum- Adolescence need to be exposed to some level
of risk. Being challenged in important for development.
Protecting adolescence can have detrimental affects of development
because they are not learning coping skills.
Resilience- An outcome
Adolescence- Transition from childhood to adulthood
- Changes on a physical, cognitive & psychological level
- Shifts in social role
- Begins with the onset of puberty.
- Time for experimentation
Puberty- Process that takes years to co
Lesson 3: Personality Development, Identity and Self-esteem
Storm and Stress
The Storm and Stress Theories of Adolescence
The first theories about adolescent personality development were formulated in the early 20th century.
One of the first men to ever r
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LESSON 1 What is so special about adolescence
The most universally accepted definition of adolescence is that it is the transition from childhood to
adulthood.While the physical changes are the most obvious, many changes happen at different
Textbook - Laser, Julie Anne & Nicotera, Nicole (2011). Working with
Adolescents: A Guide for Practitioners, Guilford Press: New York. Chapter 1:
Challenges in Clinical Work with Adolescents:
What is adolescence?
The transition for childhood to adulthood
- The physical change is the most obvious, but there are many levels of transition
Its a time where there is a shift in the social roles
- How they are viewed
Chapter 2: Physical and Cognitive Development
- Process that takes years to complete
- Increase in hormonal activity Genetic endowment, and increase in body weight
- First occurrence of menstruation
- 9 - 14
- Beginning of sper
Identify Mikes (Evans step-father) and the mothers parenting style and comment on
their role in explaining the Troubles with Evan?
After watching the video, i believe that Mikes parenting style is Authoritarian. He has
very little flexibility a
LESSON 2: PUBERTY
- Process, not an event, which takes years to complete
- Universally experienced physiological changes
- Marker that identifies when adolescence begins
- Attain full adult size, strength and potential
- 3 interrelated areas of ph