Over the past two decades, significant advancement has been made in understanding the role the brain plays in human behavior. Along with this new and exciting information emerges a responsibility for therapeutic professionals to have a solid understanding of the abrain basicsa needed to support the lives of troubled children and youth. The Hopeful Brain authors provide a common-sense look at modern neuroscience and its application to positive youth development, psychology and educational support. Baker and White-McMahon take on the often daunting world of complex neuroscience and provide readers with practical strategies that are easy to use and apply across a variety of settings. This book explores the importance of using strength-based interventions and creating structured opportunities to areimbursea troubled children and youth with positive experiences that teach and transform.Encouraging the disclosure of information is best taken in a natural way, over time as your relationship strengthens and trust is formed. Building the ascaffolda together is key in the supportive experience. According to Baker (2007), aPeople tellanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Hopeful Brain: Neuro Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth|
|Author||:||Dr. Paul W. Baker, Dr. Meredith White-McMahon|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-01-07|