Author: Daniel Johnson, Frontline Participant Cohort 2015
Publication Date: 4 April 2018
Situations in which to use it / who to use it with With young people, that can be shared afterwards with parents/carers/teachers etc. In particular I have used this tool with young people with low self-esteem or low mood and young people who feel stuck between how they’d like to behave and how they actually behave […]
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