*Thrive In The Hive (working with adolescent girls)*
- This curriculum helps girls gain a stronger sense of self-worth and belonging in their families, with their peers, and in their communities
- The perfect addition for therapists and counselors in practice with teen girls
- CD Included
- Includes a curriculum, activities and reproducible pages that can be used with individuals, or in a small group
By Stephanie Jensen, M.S.
Surviving the Girl's World of Good and Bad Relationship Bee-haviors
Being a teenage girl in todays world can be tough! While girls and boys deal with many of the same issues; some growing-up struggles are unique to the experience of being a girl in our society. This resource can help provide a foundation for girls to navigate together through many of these issues and relate them to their own personal experiences. Using this curriculum, girls gain a stronger sense of selfworth and belonging in their families, with their peers, and in their communities.
Thrive in the Hive provides you with a curriculum of lessons, activities and reproducible pages to be used with individuals, or for an eight-week small group with girls.
The girls will explore different roles that girls assume within the structure of social cliques. It also includes interactive lessons to guide girls on a journey to explore the keys to building healthy friendships. The sessions include an introduction and activity for personal refection. In these sessions girls will learn how to:
Explore their role in the relationship hierarchy
Identify strengths and potential difficulties for each role
Avoid peer pressure to behave a certain way
Develop strong, healthy relationships with others
Explore their self-identity in social groups
Be aware of the power behind words in conversations
Practice positive self-thought with positive words
Additional activities include:
How perceptions impact relationships
Valuing similarities and differences
Exploring cliques and stereotypes
Jealousy and how it can harm friendships
Role Play scenarios on relational aggression
54 Pages, Black/White Illustrations, Paperback, 8.5 inches X 11 inches