Building Character in Young People
offers practical, sensible advice for parents, teachers, counselors, or anyone who is helping young people make the transition to responsible adulthood.
In this book, Philip St. Romain teaches readers to recognize and put into practice the principles that are essential to youth development. The author offers advice on how to help young people build self-worth, self-discipline, decision-making skills, and emotional maturity.
Complex issues are explained in easy-to-understand language, providing clear advice for the reader. Guidelines and worksheets enable the reader to begin putting these principles into practice.
About the Author
Philip St. Romain has served as regional coordinator for the Louisiana Department of Education’s Substance Abuse Prevention Education program. He has worked as a campus minister and a high-school teacher. St. Romain has participated in many workshops, seminars, and courses in counseling and substance abuse. He is a full-time writer and lecturer and lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife and two daughters.
BUILDING CHARACTER IN YOUNG PEOPLE
By Philip St. Romain
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Child Development
132 pp. 6 x 9
Suggested Reading Questions for Discussion Activities
ISBN: 9780882894836 pb (F)