List of Rating Scales. List of Rating Flow Sheets. Introductory Comments to the Trainee. Overview of Peer Helping Training Program. Roles of Peer Helpers. Unit A: Setting the Stage. Module 1: What is Peer Helping. Module 2: Understanding Yourself and Others. Module 3: Let's Look at Helping. Module 4: Communication Stoppers. Unit B: Developing Skills. Module 5: Attending Skill. Module 6: Empathy Skill. Module 7: Summarizing Skill. Module 8: Questioning Skill. Module 9: Genuineness Skill. Module 10: Assertiveness Skill. Module 11: Confrontation Skill. Module 12: Problem-solving Skill. Unit C: Implementing a Program. Module 13: Strategy Development. Strategy Development 1: Putting Peer Helping into Action. Strategy Development 2: Ethical Considerations in Peer Counseling/Peer Helping. Strategy Development 3: What Next? Additional Readings. About the Author.
Psychological Network, Inc., Missouri, USA
"The purpose of this book is to clearly identify and explain the Peer Power program. The intended audience is adults who want to deliver a program either to young adults or teens. The workbook is intened for use in conjunction with Peer Power Book One....One of the highlights of this workbook is the helper responses. The various responses presented will trigger discussion within the group...Working as a mentor you can use the knowledge gained in Peer Power Book One and Peer Power Book One Workbook and hone your skills." - Dr. DeeAnne Vonde, The Peer News