Here we are going to say something about PREPSEC…

Here we are going to say something about PREPSEC…

Programs

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Programs

PREPSEC International promotes multiple programs that can be used both individually or together with 3-4 other programs. Most of these programs are published by Research Press, but some training is advisable to ensure their optimal implementation. Training seminars are offered in different countries and in various languages. Please feel free contact the name identified with each program or one of the PREPSEC board members for consultation when deciding to implement one or more of the programs.

Programs in short

PREPSEC International is concerned with establishing training and implementation standards for the different programs. Like Goldstein`s recommendation PREPSEC does not wish to limit the use of the program through licenses, but in order to secure proper dissemination and training standards the organization will recommend that the implementation recommendations are followed.

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Skillstreaming is an evidence-based strategy designed to systematically teach social skills to address the needs of children and youth who display aggression, immaturity, withdrawal and other problem behaviour. Developed by Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein and Dr. Ellen McGinnis, the Skillstreaming program provides resources to address these social skills needs.

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As part of a companion guide to Arnold Goldstein’s (1999) The PREPARE Series  (Revised Edition), this Moral Reasoning Training Manual provides updated advice and supplementary materials for facilitating the moral reasoning (or more generally, moral judgment) of behaviorally at-risk students.

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Anger is a natural recurring human emotion that we all experience, some more intense than others. For many of us the outlet or resolution for our anger lies in something other than aggression.

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The Importance of Empathy and Emotional Intelligence to Social Competence Training. We know now that training our youth in empathy will have a dramatic effect on their future behavior.  There have been studies in the United States dating back to the 1970’s showing the power or empathy in creating the process of growth and change in others.

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Problem-solving ability is an immensely important set of skills that assist adolescents to deal effectively with the navigation of stressful situations that they face daily. The conflict, confusion and difficult choices adolescents are up against, create additional stress. To have in place a useful strategy for dealing with this ongoing conflict is essential for problem resolution.

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The ability of social perception is one of the most important factors within the concept of social competence. Goldstein (Goldstein, 2004) argued that the ability to recognize, understand and interpret interpersonal cues is a key skill of social performance and thus should be emphasized in a separate program.

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A.M.E. Protocol • Intake and screening of youth referred for TAME: Treatment readiness is examined; assessments conducted; introduction of TAME components, including self-monitoring tool known as the “hassle log.”

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The model includes training elements from social skills or Skillstreaming, Anger Control Training, Empathy Training, Problem Solving, Moral Reasoning, Character Education, Situational or Social Perception Training and Stress Management Training.

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The primary purpose of this researched based model is to provide all youth a comprehensive program in social emotional learning. Social Emotional Learning allows for youth to acquire and effectively use techniques and tools to handle stressful situations, their emotions, other’s emotions, in a positive way. The “We Teach Peace” program not only has established detailed lesson plans for all grades and needs, but also helps organizations plan, design, implement and evaluate the best curriculum for the clients they serve.

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