Working With Young People - Part 1 - Principles and Practices of the Helping Relationship (a Youth Worker's Perspective)
Added on January 22, 2016
Author Phil Daughtry (PhD)
Edition First Edition
Published October 1, 2014
File Size 294.9 KB
Working With Young People - Part 1 - Principles and Practices of the Helping Relationship (a Youth Worker's Perspective) 294.9 KB - This resource is a must-read for anyone working with young people in a professional or voluntary capacity. Aimed at youth and social workers, teachers, counsellors and parents, Dr Phil Daughtry shares his personal reflections and professional experiences from an adventurous journey in youth work.
With 20 years experience as a youth worker in faith-based, community services and education settings, Phil is the founder of Tabor Adelaides youth work degree, manager of Tabors School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Board member for Re-Engage Youth Services, a member of the consultative committee for the Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies and co-director of Tailored 2 Connect.
He has published in the area of the relationship between the sacred and secular in youth work and youth work curriculum.
As a devoted husband, father, lecturer and mentor, Phil is less concerned with the expanse of his credentials and would rather be found in reflective... conversation upon a grassy knoll or riding into the sunset on his motorbike. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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