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1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19971 LESSON 8 Forces That Can Positively Shape The Teenagers Character And Developmental Maturity Presented by THE NATURAL SYSTEMS INSTITUTE Under Construction
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19972 Therapy loops forward and reconstructing and restructuring prior influencing or formative reactions to situations and replacing with self enhancing reactions to similar situations. Journalizing, integrating, and mastering progress toward reconstructing enhancement. The Use of the Past in Therapy Sessions and Self Help Sessions Therapy loops back through prior influencing or formative situations. Self reflexive and retroflexive journalizing working through and consolidating progress. Back Forward From Early Childhood through Late Adolescence Perspectives Broaden and Extend Further into the Past and Future A Patterns Originate Early and Self Perpetuate and Expand Through the Life Span. Solutions and Changes Arrived at in Therapy at Any Stage Have a Brief Shelf Life Since the Sets of Developmental Tasks and Life Conditions the Child Faces at Each Stage Are Replaced by New Sets. Forward In Contrast to Therapy, Role Assumption and Maturity Coaching is Focused on the Immediate Situation and Future Role Requirements.
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19973 SIGNIFICANT OTHERS AND SITUATIONS SHAPE THE PROGRESSION THROUGH STAGES OF LIFE
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19974 ALTERING THE LIFE PATH OF A TEENAGER IS HELPED IF A CARING THIRD PARTY BECOMES INVOLVED
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19975 From Children Running Wild in a Neighborhood and Growing Up Unsocialized to a Community Council Providing Positive Roles Through Which Children Can Be Normally Socialized
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19976 PRACTICE IN POSITIVE ROLES FACILITATES MATURATION
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19977 SENSITIZING PARENTS AND THIRD PARTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE NATURE OF ROLES A. The Nature of Roles.. The meaning of a Role: Expectancies and Experiences.. A Role as a function of its complement. Identities, styles, and being versus having a role.. Assumption, Learning and Enactment of Roles. B. Problems in the Therapeutic Use of Roles in an Institution. Transitions from prior deviant roles in the home and community to socially acceptable roles in the institution.. Multiple, changing, and conflicting roles.. Mistaken inferences from role to person.. Types of roles, role relationships, and their dynamics. –. Roles that transform setting-situational specific identities. –. Roles in conflict with former setting-situational identities. –. The potential conflicts in the interaction between personalities and their former roles. –. The potential conflicts in the interaction between personalities and their current assigned or acquired roles. –. The potential conflicts in the interaction between an assigned or acquired role and other prior or current relationships. –. Roles that generate relationship conflicts between role inhabitants and institutional staff, teachers or counselors. –. Roles that generate relationship conflicts between role inhabitants and their cohort groups, cliques, or gangs vis-à-vis staff or outsiders.. The dynamics of role interactions from the point of view of role structures within the structures of settings.
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19978 OPTIMIZING THE POWER OF THE POSITIVE SOCIAL ROLE C. The Therapeutic Use of Roles. Social skill learning and role taking.. Staff educational and therapeutic roles and relationships vis-à-vis different personality types inhabiting assigned or acquired roles –. The possibilities for different types of therapeutic effects. –. The limits for different types of therapeutic effects. –. Personal limits and boundaries in relation to role rigidity.. Rank, office, roles, and sub roles and the detachable and fluid nature of their functions, tasks and role behaviors.. Roles as constraining and channeling individual life-teleological processes.. Memory as organized by roles and role functions..Types of correctional/therapeutic role-relationships, their repertoire of techniques, and their selective effects on healing, education, and maturation of the residents will.. Maturity coaches and the empowerment model of the maturation of the will.. Role preferences and monadic roles. D. Problems in Making Program Roles Transfer to the Home Community. Role relationships in institutions versus at home and in communities.. Altercasting (casting people into the roles that we have an inner need for them to fulfill) within the institution versus in home communities.. Difficulties involved the role of environments, settings, situations, roles, and relationships when making transitions to and from institutions, home, and communities.
1/17/2014Copyright by Edwin L. Young, PhD, 7/19979