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The Life Space Crisis Intervention Review Sessions provide 12 step-by-step lesson plans, designed to refresh small groups of already-certified LSCI practitioners in selected concepts related to LSCI. Each one-hour curriculum includes a current article, case example, or handout based on a fundamental LSCI interview or skill. Participants are assigned to read the material and/or complete assigned questions either prior to or at the beginning of each session, then participate in a guided group discussion. Review sessions can be completed in any order.
LSCI Review Sessions may be led either by a certified LSCI Trainer or by a certified LSCI practitioner.
This item is available for purchase only to those who have completed the LSCI Certification course. To verify course completion, please enter the Coupon Code, provided by your LSCI Trainer, in the Comments Box in the ordering area.
LSCI Review Session topics include:
For more information on the LSCI Review Sessions, please contact Signe Whitson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The eight-session LSCI Group Curriculum teaches child and adolescent students and clients the basic concepts of Life Space Crisis Intervention. This social-emotional program helps young people learn about self-defeating behaviors and how to avoid falling into these troublesome patterns.
The LSCI Group Curriculum is also a helpful tool for LSCI-certified professionals trying to integrate LSCI into their classrooms and therapeutic milieus and also as a tool for professionals who desire to run effective groups with clients.
The LSCI Group Curriculum Trainer's Manual walks group leaders step-by-step and session-by-session through eight unique aspects of LSCI for Kids. Trainers may use either the Group Handbook for Children or the Group Handbook for Youth, depending on the writing and comprehension abilities of participants.
A special discount of $100 off of the regular price is offered to those who have completed the LSCI certification course. If you are currently registered for an LSCI training or plan to attend in the near future, please ask your LSCI Trainer for the special discount code and enter it at checkout.
Click here to read the results of a study conducted at the Northwest Village School in Plainview, CT on the use of the LSCI Group Curriculum with a group of students, ages 13-18.
Please contact Signe Whitson at email@example.com to request a sample chapter from the LSCI Group Curriculum or for any other questions about the use of this program.
Author: Gerrit De Moor
Where evolutionary theory, history, education, (ortho)pedagogy, philosophy and anthropology meet, the sense and nonsense of punishment in parenting and education is thoroughly analyzed. And what about rewarding? It turns out that rewarding is based on the same principles as punishment. That is why the author introduces connectedness as the origin and goal of human relations. Sanctioning is next introduced as an alternative for punishment and rewarding.
Never lose your page again! This full-color, heavy-weight paper LSCI bookmark is a handy tool for marking your place and keeping you refreshed on your LSCI skills. Featuring brief descriptions of the six stages of LSCI, this handy bookmark is a great page-saver and a handy reminder for staff and colleagues.
Keep your place in your copy of The Angry Smile: The Psychology of Passive Aggressive Behavior in Families, Schools, and Workplaces, 2nd ed. with this full-color, heavy-weight paper bookmark that features a summary of the six steps of Benign Confrontation of passive aggressive behavior. Order one for yourself or buy in bulk to share with staff and colleaues.
Conflict in the Classroom: Successful Behavior Management Using the Psychoeducational Model. 7th edition
Nicholas J. Long
Frank A. Fecser
William C. Morse
Ruth G. Newman
Jody E. Long
Author: Signe Whitson
Children often struggle to cope with anger, and angry feelings can boil over into aggression and destructive behavior. This resource takes a different approach to anger, teaching children how to be angry effectively, rather than telling them not to be angry at all. This group program provides step-by-step guidelines for building anger management and assertive emotional expression skills through tailored lessons, group activities and thought-provoking discussions. Participants will learn specific skills such as: -Using I-Statements -Standing Up to Bullies -Disagreeing without Arguing -Making and Refusing Requests -Responding to Anger -Finding Win–Win Solutions Suitable for use with children and teenagers aged 5 – 18, this engaging resource will help children to overcome self-destructive patterns of passive, aggressive, and passive aggressive behavior. It will be of great use to educators, counselors, social workers, youth care professionals, psychologists and parents.
Authors: JC Chambers & Mark Freado
This is a book designed to encourage and assist counselors, parents, teachers and youth workers. The reader will find a description of what is meant by the term “KId Whipsering” as well as important assumptions. The reader is then guided through a discussion of critical concepts that will equip them to be more effective at understanding kid's costumes, reaching beyond that costume, addressing the inside kid, appreciating the young person's story and challenging youth to make more effective, positive choices.
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Learn the Powerful Skills of Benign Confrontation!
What is passive-aggressive behavior? The authors of this three-part book have studied the psychology of this behavior for over four decades in both clinical and educational settings. They offer real-world examples and empowering, practical strategies for working with or when confronted with individuals who exhibit any of the five levels of passive aggressiveness.
Authors: Lori Desautels & Michael McKnight
There's never been a more chaotic and tenuous time in our nation's educational story. Learning is the most natural thing human beings do. Yet, it seems the “harder” we work in schools helping our students to acquire the learning they need, the academic performances stay stagnant or lessen. Schools are not machines. Schools are a network of human beings who feel, think, behave, and function within a human system that is alive and never static. Schools are living systems! This system is wired to thrive, even through difficult times – Lori and Michael believe that we can begin to create wholeness and connection within our schools mindfully and by design. We can create places where all children thrive.