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Teens - Actions, Consequences and Rewards
Leutenberg, Ester R.A. & Carol Butler, MS. Ed, RN, C
Whole Person Associates / Spiral Bound / 2015-07-01 / 1570253307
Infant, Child & Adolescent
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130 pages
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Facilitator Reproducible Activities for Groups and Individuals

This workbook was written to encourage teens to stop and think before they act, consider the consequences of their actions, and to capitalize on the rewards of positive actions.

Often teens turn a deaf ear to warnings about consequences. Their sense of invincibility says, “It won’t happen to me.” When you add to the mix adolescent hormones, the quest for excitement, the chemistry of romance, and self-esteems issues, forethought goes out the window.

So what will encourage teens to stop and think? Perhaps knowing that self-directed thoughts, decisions, and actions will lead to real rewards.

The activities in this workbook will help teens consider the following goals before acting:

Make decisions based on probably outcomes versus immediate gratification
Uncover hidden consequences and rewards
Discover healthy vs. unhealthy risks
Define safe risks
Avoid preventable dangers
Handle difficult circumstances
Work toward authentic rewards
The first activity in the workbook asks teens to create a My Actions Book – a 3-ring binder to organize their handouts, art work, journaling and other creations. It’s a great way to keep track of their progress and later review what they’ve learned.

The seven chapters include the following:

Healthy and Unhealthy Risks
Decisions
Types of Consequences and Rewards
Danger
Attributes
Circumstances
Rewards

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