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By Nick Luxmoore

Potent paintings with children calls for empathy and figuring out. this article captures the truth of younger people's reviews, their relationships and the issues which are vital to them. utilizing in-depth examples from his a long time' adventure as a instructor, adolescence employee and psychotherapist, Nick Luxmoore outlines an inventive method that would allow pros to reply adequately to the advanced wishes and occasionally challenging behaviour of teens. Luxmoore describes the dynamics of younger people's relationships, providing unique insights into the ways that teenagers procedure intimacy and deal with secrecy and privateness their relationships with siblings, neighbors and adults, their anxieties approximately themselves and their id and the way they have interaction with strangers and unusual occasions.

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So sometimes when young people call someone else ‘strange’ they’re actually referring to a part of themselves they’re not sure about or can’t acknowledge: ‘People are strange when you’re a stranger’ (The Doors 1967). Robin, for example, visited the youth centre sometimes and tried to join in whatever was happening. He was autistic. Sometimes he shouted at himself and sometimes he hit himself. But he was friendly and most young people accepted him although they thought he was ‘strange’. For them, ‘strange’ seemed to describe something between the familiar and unfamiliar because in a sense they also hit and argued with themselves, but whereas they successfully internalised their fighting, Robin couldn’t.

But they remain afraid that these experiments will cause the eventual disintegration of the group and I think this fear looms large. In schools there are always examples of people who were best friends but who no longer speak: their friendship could no longer contain their differences. I’ve used the following structure to help small groups of friends move on from such a stuckness before their friendship explodes. Each person must tell each other person two specific things they like or admire about that person followed by one thing they don’t.

Chloe and her friends take their conflict to the student counsellors because they know something has to shift. The student counsellors must contain the conflict by listening, by not being prescriptive, by making the conflict permissible, safe, so that it 44 LISTENING TO YOUNG PEOPLE IN SCHOOL, YOUTH WORK AND COUNSELLING can continue to be talked about until something eventually does shift. 166). Smaller children also experiment all the time, but at a safe distance. Long games evolve whereby Barbies, Sylvanians or Action Men enact human conflicts, many of which get resolved.

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