Activities to engage with young people to improve attendance, time management, study skills, positive thinking, conflict resolution and anger management
By Stephanie George
Engaging with young people as a mentor can be difficult but Stephanie George draws on years of experience to provide tried-and-tested activities that will help. The activities provide specific structured tasks that can be used during mentoring meetings and to support mentoring intervention. The activities will build...
How to address issues relating to anger and conflict using a mentoring approach
?By Stephanie George
These activities have a particular focus on developing skills for managing anger, conflict and relating to others. They provide specific, structured tasks that can be used during one-to-one mentoring intervention and for group work.
The 20 activities include:
My Anger Triggers – For students to recognise the initial signs of anger and identify some ways of defusing the emotion of anger....
This book is ideal for anyone working with young people who want to address bullying issues
By Stephanie George, Patricia St Louis, Jeba Begum & Jacqueline Morrison
This book of 56 activities will help professionals to work through bullying issues with young people and address the underlying causes. The content covers: · The impact of the group · Belonging · Social settings · Norms · Values · Peer groups · Friendships · Power · Isolation · Responsibility · Restorative work · Conciliation...
Practical activities to support professionals working with young people who wish to focus on making decisions and choices
By Stephanie George & Patricia Andrews-Wardell
There is real pressure on our young people in modern society – social media, telephones, internet, friendships, peer groups, parents, school demands – and pressure can come in many forms and affect many areas of their lives. When pressure leads to poor choices and decisions this can have undesirable consequences for...
Young people will gain an understanding of stress and anxiety and learn coping strategies with these activities
By Stephanie George
There is a lot of pressure on our young people: media, social media, telephones, internet, friendships, peer groups, parents, school demands, exams and teachers. When pressure turns to stress it can be difficult for young people to manage during what is for them a time of intense physical and emotional change.
This book is intended for use by those working in a...
The essential guide for mentors working in any setting
by Stephanie George
As one of the UK’s leading practitioners in mentoring and a popular trainer on the topic, Stephanie George shares her vast experience in this practical resource book for learning mentors, intervention workers, behaviour mentors and pastoral support teams. Whether used within a school, pupil or student referral unit, exclusion/inclusion unit or any other educational establishment the resources in this toolkit will...