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A Young Man's Guide to Self-Mastery, Workbook


A Young Man's Guide to Self-Mastery, Workbook


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von: Stephanie S. Covington, Roberto A. Rodriguez

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Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 19.05.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119627760
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 208

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<p><b>How practitioners can work with young male clients within a gender-responsive treatment program</b></p> <p>Adverse life events can experience significant impairment in neural development which can lead to weakened critical thinking, diminished emotional intelligence, and increased antisocial behavior. Statistics show that traditional treatment programs are inadequate in helping young men—estimated to account for 68% of all teens struggling with substance use disorder—to achieve sustained abstinence that leads to recovery.</p> <p><i>A Young Man's Guide to Self-Mastery</i> provides practical guidance on implementing an effective trauma-informed, gender-responsive treatment program that addresses the impact of socialization, adverse life experiences, and substance use. This invaluable guide explains the theoretical foundation and real-life connection between trauma and substance use, and provides clear guidelines and actionable strategies for treating boys and young men challenged by trauma and substance use disorder.</p> <ul> <li>Provides guidance on integrating evidence-based interventions, mindfulness techniques, and experiential activities</li> <li>Covers the effects of environmental trauma, gender development awareness, socialization, identity, sexuality, relational violence, and aggression</li> <li>Examines trauma's impact on families, mental health, and comorbid and addictive behavior</li> <li>Discusses the key elements of strength-based approaches and mentoring</li> </ul> <p><i>A Young Man's Guide to Self-Mastery</i> is an invaluable resource for practitioners working with male adolescents in mental health clinics, juvenile justice facilities, and residential and outpatient facilities.</p>
<p><b>Introduction for the Facilitator</b></p> <p><i>Part 1</i>. Trauma in the Lives of Boys and Young Men<b>           </b></p> <ul> <li>The Need for a Trauma-Informed Program for Treating</li> <li>Substance Use Disorders in Young Men </li> <li>The Impact of Trauma on Boys  </li> <li>Prevalence of Problems Associated with Trauma and Substance Use        </li> <li>Gender and Developmental Awareness Principles </li> </ul> <p>           </p> <p><i>Part 2.</i> Theoretical Foundation  </p> <ul> <li>Theories of Adolescent Psychological Development         </li> <li>Trauma</li> <li>The Process of Trauma  </li> <li>Common Responses to Trauma </li> <li>Triggers and Retraumatization  </li> <li>Dissociation and Grounding        </li> <li>Trauma and Substance Use Disorders    </li> <li>Trauma-Informed and Trauma-Responsive Services         </li> <li>The Therapeutic Environment   </li> <li>Creating Safety</li> <li>Dealing with Current Trauma     </li> </ul> <p><i>Part 3</i>. The Program       </p> <ul> <li>Design of the Facilitator Guide  </li> <li>Materials Needed for Each Session          </li> </ul> <p><i>Part 4</i>. Facilitation           </p> <ul> <li>Prior to the Session        </li> <li>Knowing the Boys and Young Men in Your Group              </li> <li>Co-facilitating   </li> <li>Tips on Conducting a Group Session       </li> <li>Considerations for Facilitators    </li> <li>Special Considerations for Juvenile and Adult Justice Settings      </li> </ul> <p><b>Module A: Myself        <br />   </b></p> <p><b>Session One: Welcome, Introduction, and Building Our House   </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Welcome and Introductions       </p> <p>Being Ourselves in a Group         </p> <p>Building Our House (Mutual Agreements)            </p> <p>The Word Cloud              </p> <p>Five Senses        </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Two: A Sense of Self      </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>My Place             </p> <p>Feelings, Beliefs, and Values       </p> <p>My Castle (Outside)       </p> <p>My Castle (Inside)           </p> <p>My Place (Variation)      </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity        <br />  </p> <p><b>Session Three: A Boy’s World     </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Palms Up, Palms Down </p> <p>Collage of Gender Expectations</p> <p>The Anger Funnel           </p> <p>The Container  </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity       <br />   </p> <p><b>Session Four: Introduction to Trauma     </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>The Fight or Flight Response      </p> <p>Breathing           </p> <p>Trauma</p> <p>Posttraumatic Stress Disorder    </p> <p>The ACE Questionnaire </p> <p>Other Traumatic Events</p> <p>Trauma Can Shape Our Belief Systems   </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity       <br />   </p> <p><b>Module B: Communication and Connections<br />     <br /> </b></p> <p><b>Session Five: Communication and Connections </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Healing Light     </p> <p>Living Your Values           </p> <p>Barriers to Healthy Connections</p> <p>Other Ways We Communicate  </p> <p>Four Communication Styles        </p> <p>Practicing Communication Styles              </p> <p>Progressive Muscle Relaxation  </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Six: Abuse and Conflict</b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Square Breathing            </p> <p>Abusive Relationships   </p> <p>Soothing and Grounding: Self-Mastery Techniques          </p> <p>A Physical Grounding Technique</p> <p>The Container  </p> <p>Yoga     </p> <p>Conflict Resolution: The STARE Technique            </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Seven: Mothers               </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Breathing           </p> <p>What Do Mothers Do?  </p> <p>My Mom            </p> <p>Letter to My Mom          </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Eight: Fathers   <br /> </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>What Do Fathers Do?    </p> <p>My Dad</p> <p>Letter to My Dad             </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity   <br /><br />       </p> <p><b>Module C: Relationships      <br />        </b></p> <p><b>Session Nine: Friendship              </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Power and Relationships              </p> <p>Discussion Questions    </p> <p>The Relationship Wheel                </p> <p>Characteristics of Effective Relationships              </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Ten: Gender and Sexuality</b>         </p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Dating and Sexuality      </p> <p>Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation</p> <p>Masculinity and Femininity         </p> <p>My Ideal Partner             </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Eleven: Barriers to Healthy Relationships            </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Teen Equality Wheel      </p> <p>Control and Abuse         </p> <p>Supportive Relationships             </p> <p>Sample Relationship Map            </p> <p>Your Relationship Map  </p> <p>Ending Relationships     </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /><br /></p> <p><b>Module D: Healthy Living          <br />   </b></p> <p><b>Session Twelve: Our Bodies        </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Healthy Living Scale        </p> <p>Body Image       </p> <p>Improving Your Body Image       </p> <p>Healthy and Unhealthy Eating    </p> <p>Emotional Wellness       </p> <p>Expressing Feelings        </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Thirteen: Dealing with Life as It Happens             </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Understanding Addiction             </p> <p>Coping with Stress          </p> <p>Spirituality          </p> <p>Self-Care (SEEDS)            </p> <p>Reflection          </p> <p>Between-Sessions Activity          <br /><br /></p> <p><b>Session Fourteen: Endings and Beginnings           </b></p> <p>This Session       </p> <p>Healing Masks  </p> <p>Decision Making              </p> <p>Celebrating One Another          <br />   </p> <p><b>Appendices        </b></p> <p>Appendix 1. Five Senses Cards   </p> <p>Appendix 2. Local Resources      </p> <p>Appendix 3. Grounding and Self-Soothing Activities         </p> <p>Appendix 4. Yoga Poses</p> <p>Appendix 5. Optional Activity (Sessions Nine and Eleven)              </p> <p>Appendix 6: Redefining Gender</p> <p>Appendix 7: Healing Mask           </p> <p>Appendix 8: Optional Activity (Session Fourteen)              </p> <p>References        </p> <p>Feedback Form</p> <p>About the Authors     <br />      <br /> Additional Publications </p>
<p><b>Stephanie S. Covington</b>, PhD, LCSW, is co-director of the Institute for Relational Development and the Center for Gender and Justice, and has served on the faculties of the University of Southern California and the California School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Covington specializes in the development and implementation of gender-responsive and trauma-informed services.</p> <p><b>Roberto Rodriguez</b>, MA, has over 12 years of experience working in intensive outpatient and residential settings in the treatment of substance use disorders. He currently provides trauma-informed interventions, counseling, and individual and family therapy, He is the co-author of <i>Exploring Trauma: A Brief Intervention for Men</i> with Dr. Stephanie Covington.</p>

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