Youth at Risk
Youth at Risk Summary
For courses in Child/Adolescent and School Counseling. Published in collaboration with the American Counseling Association, Youth at Risk examines prevention and intervention techniques from a systems perspective, focusing on how the individual, family, school and community can positively impact and reach youth at-risk. Drawing on the wisdom of 24 experts, the fourth edition explores the problem, its causes and topics such as eating disorders, AIDS, suicide, and school violence. It offers consistent chapter structure, research-based prevention/intervention strategies, compelling case studies, and practical adaptations for diversity. This new edition includes new chapters on resilience and sexuality, and contains concrete advice for creating and maintaining environments in which children and adolescents can flourish.
Author : Dave Capuzzi, Douglas R. GrossPublisher : American Counseling AssociationPublished : 2006ISBN-10 : 0131882481ISBN-13 : 9780131882485Number of Pages : 459 PagesLanguage : en
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