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6 edition of Reclaiming Youth at Risk found in the catalog.

Reclaiming Youth at Risk

Our Hope for the Future

by Larry Brendtro

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Solution Tree .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aims & Objectives,
  • Life Stages - Adolescence,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Nonfiction / Education,
  • Abridged Audio - Misc. Nonfiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8807135M
    ISBN 101932127925
    ISBN 109781932127928
    OCLC/WorldCa299942282

    Editions for Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Our Hope for the Future: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), X Cited by: Description: Based on the book by the same title, the Reclaiming Youth at Risk video workshop takes viewers inside two schools and two residential treatment centers that have experienced great success in creating environments that allow young people to transfrom crisis into opportunity and failure into success.

    Dr. Martin Brokenleg is co-author of the book Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Our Hope for the Future and co-developer of the Circle of Courage model and provides training worldwide for individuals who work with youth at risk. He holds a doctorate in psychology and is a graduate of the Anglican Divinity School. He is a retired professor and was most recently Director of Native . Drawing on his research with Drs. Larry Brendtro and Steve Van Bockern in their book, Reclaiming Youth at Risk, Dr. Martin Brokenleg presents information on the Circle of Courage which offers concrete strategies for creating environments in which all young people can grow and flourish. Growing Your Own Kids Parenting is not for the faint of heart.

    Larry K. Brendtro, Ph.D., is president of Reclaiming Youth International, a nonprofit organization networking those serving children who are in conflict with family, school, and community. Dr. Brendtro has had broad experience as a psychologist, educator, and youth worker and is past president of Starr Commonwealth in Michigan and Ohio/5(51). About This Program. Target Population: High-risk youth in public, private, and alternative schools, and in residential settings, including juvenile corrections For children/adolescents ages: 11 – 22 Program Overview. PPC is a peer-helping model designed to improve social competence and cultivate strengths in youth. “Care and concern” for others (or “social interest”) is the .


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Reclaiming Youth at Risk by Larry Brendtro Download PDF EPUB FB2

About the Author. Larry K. Brendtro, Ph.D., is president of Reclaiming Youth International, a nonprofit organization networking those serving children who are in conflict with family, school, and community.

Brendtro has had broad experience as a psychologist, educator, and youth worker and is past president of Starr Commonwealth in Michigan Cited by: In this small book, the science and heart of being human come together.

It will make you a better carer, teacher, and advocate—and perhaps a better person. Reclaiming Youth at Risk  is grounded in traditional values of Belonging, Mastery, Independence, and Generosity which have enabled tribal peoples to survive and thrive throughout millennia. Drive positive youth development with the updated Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Study the four hazards that dominate the lives of youth at risk: relational trauma, failure as futility, powerlessness, and loss of purpose.

Learn how cultivating the Circle of Courage values of belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity can combat the four hazards/5(3). Reclaiming Youth at Risk was purported to be a book about balancing traditional Native American views of education and knowledge with modern white educational systems.

I was interested exactly because of this comparison, how these /5. Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Futures of Promise (Reach Alienated Youth and Break the Conflict Cycle Using the Circle of Courage) Larry K.

Brendtro. out of 5 stars 2. Kindle Edition. $ Next. Editorial Reviews About the Author/5(57). Based on the book by the same title, the Reclaiming Youth at Risk video workshop takes viewers inside two schools and two residential treatment centers that have experienced great success in creating environments that allow young people to transfrom crisis into opportunity and failure into success.

Pain, Normality, and the Struggle for Congruence. Reclaiming Youth at Risk launched the Circle of Courage model which has impacted education, treatment, child care, and youthwork worldwide. Drawing on a wealth of wisdom from Native American traditions and Western psychology, the authors offer a unique perspective for educating and rearing all children in cultures of respect.

Reclaiming Youth at Risk This book launched a global movement which sparked scores of other publications building on this reclaiming tradition. The authors drew on wisdom of Native American and First Nations peoples who reared children in cultures of respect by embracing values of Belonging, Mastery, Independence, and Generosity.

Reclaiming Youth At Risk offers educators and others access to unique strategies for reaching troubled youth. This resource explores: The roots of discouragement in today s youth, including destructive relationships, learned irresponsibility, and a loss of purpose/5(50).

About the Author. Larry K. Brendtro, Ph.D., is president of Reclaiming Youth International, a nonprofit organization networking those serving children who are in conflict with family, school, and community.

Brendtro has had broad experience as a psychologist, educator, and youth /5(50). This completely updated third edition of Reclaiming Youth at Risk expands the impact of the Circle of Courage resilience model which has been embraced Anglin of the University of Victoria, British Columbia, makes these observations: In this small book, the science and heart of being human come together.

This fully updated edition of Reclaiming Youth at Risk by Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern merges Native American knowledge and Western science to create a unique alternative for reaching disconnected or troubled youth.

Rely on the book's new neuroscience research, insights, and examples to help you establish positive relationships, foster social 3/5(2). About Reclaiming Youth at Risk The mission of Reclaiming Youth at Risk is to provide research, training, and consultation to build strengths in children, families, schools, and communities.

For thousands of years, American Indian cultures nourished respectful and courageous children without employing punitive discipline. Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Our Hope for the Future. Revised Edition. Brendtro, Larry K.; Brokenleg, Martin; Van Bockern, Steve.

The content of this book integrates Native American child-rearing philosophies with Western psychology in an attempt to provide a different perspective on troubled youth.

It focuses on the concept of "reclaiming," an Cited by: This fully updated edition of Reclaiming Youth at Risk by Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern merges Native American knowledge and Western science to create a unique alternative for reaching disconnected youth.

Rely on the book’s new neuroscience research, insights, and examples to help you establish positive relationships, foster social learning and. Extending his earlier research on Reclaiming Youth at Risk, his new book, Schools that Matter, applies Circle of Courage principles to create powerful learning environments where all students can thrive.

He and Mark Freado have been active in strength-based assessment with youth in the justice system and those being excluded from school. Based on the book by the same title, the Reclaiming Youth at Risk video workshop takes viewers inside two schools and two residential treatment centers that have experienced great success in creating environments that allow young people to transfrom crisis.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages, 5 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm. A balance of wisdom drawn from Native American philosophies and Western psychology, this book offers a unique perspective for connecting with troubled students.

It 1/5(1). The book does a nice job of explaining and illustrating each of its principles. The book offers an intuitive and very old model as well as a rationale for implementing it. For its accessibility and ideas, Reclaiming Youth At Risk should be read by everyone working with young adults/5(5).

Based on the book by the same title, the Reclaiming Youth at Risk video workshop takes viewers inside two schools and two residential treatment centers that have experienced great success in creating environments that allow young people to transfrom crisis into opportunity and failure into success.I've worked with at risk youth extensively, met Dr.

Bendtro in his workshop, and have relied on some of his enlightened theories to connect with disenfranchised youth. His principles are presented in easy-to-grasp layman's terms. They offer a vivid vision of hope for today’s ever-growing negative at risk culture. I highly recommend this book/5.

A balance of wisdom drawn from Native American philosophies and Western psychology, this book offers a unique perspective for connecting with troubled students.

It challenges educators to see youth at risk through new eyes and offers compelling, concrete alternatives for reclaiming them.5/5(1).