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The Counselling Diaries Experiences of counsellors using behaviour modification techniques to manage adolescent behaviour problems.

Author Name: Christina Francis | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #20 in Clinical Psychology

Adolescence is considered to be the transitional stage from childhood to adulthood. This stage of life plays an important role in the formation of a prosocial or antisocial adult. Adolescents deal with a lot of emotional highs and lows. They are expected to deal with hormonal changes, puberty, social and parental forces, work and school pressures, as well as unprecedented stresses concerning school and college, and career confusion situations.  All these adolescent problems are multifarious and linked to one another. A pattern of behaviour problems is the best interpreter of misbehaviour in adolescence. 

Behaviour modification is concerned with the analysis and modification of human behaviour. The value of behaviour modification techniques for improving a wide variety of behaviours has been amply demonstrated in many researches. It is essential for counsellors, parents and teachers to be well aware of the behaviour problems in adolescents and also be skilled enough to manage those problems. 

The Counselling Diaries consists of ten school counsellors speaking about the experiences of using behaviour modification techniques to manage behaviour problems in adolescents.

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Christina Francis

Christina Francis is a social worker, mentor, researcher and zumba enthusiast from Bengaluru. She is a PhD Scholar with the Dept. of Sociology and Social Work at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, a Master's Degree in Social Work and a Master of Philosophy Degree in Social Work from CHRIST. She formerly worked as the Coordinator and Mentor at Centre for Academic and Professional Support (CAPS), CHRIST and at present works as a Research Assistant with the Dept. of Sociology and Social Work at CHRIST.

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