Taking a First Step
Author: Steven L. Jaffe
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
This is a staff manual for an intervention workbook made to help teenagers using drugs and alcohol recognize the frequency and negative consequences of that use
Taking a First Step : 5 Prepack
Author: Steven L. Jaffe
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
This workbook is intended for teenagers who use drugs and alcohol but for whom the amounts, frequency, and negative consequences are unrecognized. This workbook is an initial approach for helping teenagers become aware, both cognitively and emotionally, of the negative consequences of their drug and/or alcohol use. It is hoped that by seeing for themselves how not using can make their life better, teenagers will become motivated toward beginning treatment. This intervention workbook corresponds to the First Step of a 12-Step Program. It helps teenagers move from precontemplation to contemplation to determination according to the stages of change framework. The workbook should be used as part of a therapeutic relationship or program, with sensitivity to issues of confidentiality. Background about the workbook and suggestions for its use are provided in the accompanying Staff Manual.
Author: WrightGroup/McGraw-Hill Staff
Intervention Workbook (BLM and ATE) Activities providepractice and support for lessons presented in the interventionGuide.
Author: Harcourt School Publishers Staff
Publisher: Hmh School
"Includes instruction, practice, assessment, enrichment and answer keys"--Cover.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The Study Guide & Intervention Workbook contains two worksheets for every lesson in the Student Edition. Helps students: Preview the concepts of the lesson, Practice the skills of the lesson, and catch up if they miss a class. Tier 2 RtI (Response to Intervention) addresses students' needs up to one year below grade level.
Author: Chris Pearce
Publisher: Maths Frameworking
Ensure all pupils make progress relative to their starting points with quick and early intervention at any point in KS3 or GCSE maths. Step 3 write-in workbook roughly equates to the previous national curriculum level 5. * Easy to use for one-to-one with parents/mentors/tutors/teachers/non specialists* Help all students to make progress with clear guidance and practice on the page* Developed with the Head of Maths at Colne Community College, Brightlingsea, which has recently achieved an outstanding in Ofsted and improved GCSE results year on year* Secure catch-up money with an accompanying customisable letter to send to parents, teaching assistants etc. to explain the course and help with giving feedback in the books* Slot into your timetable with hours of work specified in the contents list* Encourage pupils with the appropriate grown-up design that looks similar to main textbooks* Focus on basic skills and fluency* Show how it's done with a worked example, then practice questions to check understanding* Traffic-light progress and confidence with the planning grid of contents* Measure progress at the end of each strand with the comments, next steps and misconceptions box to fill in* Develop fluency with short mental maths tests at the back* Celebrate progress with the certificate of achievement at the back* Use in conjunction with Collins diagnostic assessment and the rest of the Maths Frameworking course* Access answers online
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
Author: Elizabeth Pomeroy,Renee Garcia
Publisher: Cengage Learning
THE GRIEF ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION WORKBOOK: A STRENGTHS PERSPECTIVE is an exceptional new workbook that provides focused, practical guidance to help students function effectively in their roles as helpers when dealing with the dying or death of clients or clients' loved ones. Designed for use in social work and counseling courses on grief and loss, grief counseling, and bereavement therapy courses, the text can also serve as a valuable supplemental resource for practice or field courses across multiple disciplines. Using a strengths-perspective approach, the authors explore various theories of grief and delineate several intervention approaches, including developmental and cultural factors that impact the severity of grief reactions. The text also provides several grief assessment instruments used by practitioners, in-depth case scenarios to illustrate key concepts, and hands-on exercises for applying grief assessment and intervention techniques. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: John Hamel
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Category: Family & Relationships
Author: V. Mark Durand,Meme Hieneman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Having a child with challenging behavior can be frustrating and affect the entire family. This workbook will help you take a more positive attitude toward your child and carry out effective steps to improve behavior. You will begin to feel more confident in your parenting skills and more optimistic about your child's future. The program outlined in this workbook will be tailored to your child's and family's needs and goals. It will teach you how to identify what sets off your child's problem behavior, as well as what your child gets or avoids from misbehaving. You will learn strategies to prevent problems, manage consequences, and teach your child new skills. With the help of your facilitator you will design a behavior support plan for your child. Finally, you will put the plan into effect and monitor the results. Throughout the program, you will be practicing how to think more positively, which can help you be a better parent. In addition to working with your facilitator in session, you will be completing homework assignments using the workbook. Each chapter provides the information and forms you need to assess your child's behavior, apply new strategies, and track your family's progress. As you support positive behavior step by step, you will be working towards improving the lives of your child and your family.
Author: Jon Clarke,Philippa Gardom Hulme,Jo Locke
Activate for AQA Intervention Workbooks are now available to support students following AQA's Key Stage 3 syllabus. Carefully designed self-assessment Intervention tasks tackle key concepts and identify areas for improvement and extension. A large variety of practice questions, activities, and checklists build skills and confidence throughout.
Author: David Winter,J Roberts,David Kennard
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
'At last, a book on therapy which is easy to read and jargon-free, yet manages to convey the richness of the group experience.' - Penelope Campling, British Journal of Psychiatry 'It is vitalising reading - and should be on the shelves of any psychotherapy department and of any therapist with an interest in groups.' - Chris Evans, British Journal of Medical Psychology 'The purpose of this short, highly readable and extremely informative book is "to provide the reader with a practical insight into the group-analytic method of group therapy". The book achieves this goal through a format that is interactive with the reader.' - Jerome S. Gans, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy A Workbook of Group-Analytic Interventions is designed to complement the academic and experiential training of therapists. Written by experienced practitioners, it gives trainees a practical insight into the ways in which group analysts may tackle difficult situations, allowing them to understand more fully the nature of intervention right from the beginning of their training. Eight situations drawn from real psychotherapy groups are presented in detail so that readers may exercise their own skills in taking decisions and judging appropriate interventions. Each situation is then analysed in depth by one of the authors, who describe and comment on the thinking behind the interventions suggested by a panel of group analysts. The book gives the trainee a wide and informed appreciation of different situations arising in groups and appropriate ways of handling them. It provides an excellent base from which to start to practise.
Author: Lorna Simmons,Student Wrkbk
Publisher: Saxon Pub
Phonics Intervention is designed for older children struggling with reading and spelling. The course covers consonants, vowels, decoding, spelling, and reading comprehension. Children are taught explicit, predictable strategies for decoding and spelling words. Cumulative assessments occur regularly and specific remediation activities are provided for children who have difficultly. Student workbook contains worksheets, assessments, speed drills, word lists and reference materials.
Essential Practices for Quality Services
Author: Lynda Pletcher,Naomi Younggren
Publisher: Brookes Pub
Discover the 7 key principles and associated practices for effective early intervention services, and start putting them into action today. This easy-to-use, fillable workbook reveals not only what every EI professional should be doing in their practice, but also how to do it, with practical tips, activities, and strategies they can use to improve their work with children and families right away. Based on specific recommendations from a workgroup of today's top researchers, this comprehensive resource walks readers through every key step of the early intervention journey with children birth to 3, from the crucial first meeting with a family to the child's transition out of intervention. Perfect for group training sessions or independent study, it's a great workbook to fill in, learn from, and then keep close at hand as a quick and easy reminder of best practices. This resource identifies and focuses on the best of today's most successful evidence-based intervention approaches. It walks readers explicitly through every step of effective early intervention, and the interactive workbook format makes it easy to learn and reinforce recommended practices. Practical materials include: sample scripts that model skillful interactions, helpful quick-reference checklists, engaging "Give It a Go" activities, realistic vignettes, and an in-depth family case study that lets readers practice identifying effective and ineffective practices; and much more.
Author: McGraw-Hill Education
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Study Guide and Intervention/Practice Workbook provides vocabulary, key concepts, additional worked out examples and exercises to help students who need additional instruction or who have been absent.
A Comprehensive Guide to Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Community Change Initiatives
Author: Mary L. Ohmer,Karen DeMasi
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
A person doesn't have to be a consensus organizer to think like one. Consensus Organizing: A Community Development Workbook—A Comprehensive Guide to Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Community Change Initiatives helps students and practitioners begin to think like consensus organizers and incorporate this way of strategic thinking into their lives and their work. Through a wide range of exercises, role-play activities, case scenarios, and discussion questions, this workbook presents the conceptual framework for consensus organizing and provides a practical and experiential approach to understanding and applying consensus organizing to address a range of issues. This workbook is designed to be used by itself or along with Mike Eichler's text Consensus Organizing: Building Communities of Mutual Self Interest (SAGE, 2007). Accompanying Website Instructors and students have access to the many activities and cases on the accompanying website at www.sagepub.com/ohmerworkbookstudy.
Author: Pearson Education, Limited
Help your students catch up, keep up and make expected progress in their GCSE (9-1) studies with this new series of intervention workbooks.