Getting out of Junior High
Living a healthy and disciplined life requires changing a variety of thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and behavior tactics. This seminar focuses on a variety of mental factors that bring frustration, agitation, conflict, and distress into adult life, much of which results from failure to bring control to one’s own mind. Gain a better understanding of how grown-ups, who are expected to be adults, continue to act as if they are in junior high.
This program is perfect for teachers, counselors, social workers, nurses, school administrators, psychologists, therapists, clergy, parents and the general public.
- Recognize that adult behavior and thinking is a gradual accomplishment achieved across a lifetime and is not dictated by reaching particular ages.
- Better understand behaviors which indicate delayed personal development.
- Learn to identify tactics which reflect levels of development.
- Be better able to identify a person who looks like an adult, but neither thinks nor acts in the ways expected of adults.
- Learn approaches to help others get out of junior high and leave behind some very significant mental baggage.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
CEUs have been approved for NBCC counselors and ND social workers. This workshop is 5.5 contact hours (individuals should check with their own governing boards in advance regarding their particular CEU requirements/applicability).