Teen Respect of Self & Others Workbook
Teen Respect of Self & Others WorkbookBy John J. Liptak, EdD and Ester A. Leutenberg – Illustrator Amy Brodsky, LISW-S. Reproducible Self-Assessments, Exercises and Educational Handouts. By being concerned about others, people can begin to experience a greater sense of generosity, contribute to the well-being of others, and find joy in their sense of social interest. This social interest then propels people to be more respectful in the workplace, kinder to the universe, and more apt to be interested in social justice. Whether service to the community (or world) is found through formal organizations or through informal involvement in social issues, people then find their own place in the world.
The Teen Respect Workbook contains five separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves and the skills that they possess (and those they need to learn) in order to be of service to other people and make a contribution to the welfare of others. They will learn about the importance of these skills in developing personal and professional success.
The following five sections of the book contain self-assessments, journaling activities, & educational handouts:
• Being Respectful of Myself
• Being Respectful to Others
• Being Generous
• Being Kind to the Universe
• Being a Social Activist
All of the self-assessments, activities and handouts are fully reproducible to use with your clients/participants.
This workbook is also part of the Teen Workbooks Set. To learn more about the set see product 1965A.