The EQUIP Program Teaching Youth to Think and Act Responsibly Through a Peer - Helping Approach


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EQUIP is a thoroughly tested, multi-component intervention for working with antisocial adolescents and those with behavior disorders. It is based on the premise that youths will help one another effectively once they are motivated through a positive group context and equipped with specific skills for providing mutual help.

EQUIP's three-part approach includes training in:
-- Moral Judgment
-- Anger Management/Correction of Thinking Errors
-- Prosocial Skills

Students involved in the EQUIP program participate in two types of group sessions -- Equipment Meetings (in which the leader teaches specific skills that are demonstrated, discussed, and practiced) and Mutual Help Meetings (in which the leader coaches students as they use the skills they've learned to help each other).

The authors provide information necessary to establish a successful program, including details on how to get a group started, how to maximize group participation, how to deal with negative group members, and more.

The appendices contain two assessment instruments that are invaluable for assessing youths' moral judgment and social skill levels, the Sociomoral Reflection Measure -- Short Form questionnaire and the Inventory of Adolescent Problems -- Short Form.

Title: The EQUIP Program Teaching Youth to Think and Act Responsibly Through a Peer - Helping Approach

Author Name: Gibbs, Dr. John C. & Granville Bud Potter & and Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein

Categories: Self-Help, Education,

Publisher: Research Press: 1995

ISBN Number: 0878223568

ISBN Number 13: 9780878223565

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 15737

Description: Light cover wear; 0.8 x 8.9 x 6 Inches; 374 pages