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Building Courage and Strength in Youth Part #2: A Primer on the Human Being (2007)

Steve Van Bockern , Steve Van Bockern  |  G |  DVD

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Steve Van Bockern is a professor of education at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He also serves as president of Reclaiming Youth International, a nonprofit organization that advocates for at-risk youth and conducts training and seminars internationally on creating environments that reclaim troubled and troubling youth.

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In order for individuals to become the role models that they need to be for children and youth, it is important that adults understand who they are as human beings. Building Courage and Strength in Youth Part #2: A Primer on the Human Being suggests that the work of individuals with helping children who are hurting (for any reason) begins with an understanding of themselves. Understanding leads to appropriate responses, rather than learned reactions that often lead adults into conflict with children. The DVD details the fact that unhealthy conflicts do not build courage and strength.

Among the topics covered:

The "F" word; looking at value systems
Deviance, deficit, and strength-based psychology
Emotional intelligence
Difference in psychological worlds of adults who attempt to help children
Defense mechanisms
Conflict cycles
Counter-aggressiveness

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