How to help teenagers flourish
with Richard Brook
"Help teenagers develop a language so they can express their emotions and be able to talk about it - and therefore be able to understand themselves better, this can really help"
Richard Brook is a lecturer in Social work at the University of East Anglia, where he teaches a postgraduate module for qualified social workers on working with adolescents. He has over twenty years experience of working with children and families, young offenders, adolescents with emotional and behavioural difficulties, and parents. Richard is also a practising HG therapist, and tutors the one-day course - ‘How to work effectively with troubled and troublesome teenagers’ for Human Givens College.
- How to work effectively with troubled and troublesome teenagers
- Understanding and improving children’s difficult behaviour
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