亞洲輔導學報



Immobile, Slowly Moving, Moving Forward: Youth in Transition

2006.第13卷第2期(Vol. 13 No. 2).pp. 163–194
 

Immobile, Slowly Moving, Moving Forward: Youth in Transition

停滯不動、徐徐移動、向前邁進:過渡期的青少年

Jean Sunde PETERSON

Abstract

The author uses clinical examples to epitomize developmental “stuckness” during adolescence, noting struggles of pupils along a continuum of ability level, circumstance, and socioeconomic status, including gifted individuals. By regularly using a developmental template, counselors may ascertain which tasks are contributing to presenting issues. Just as with individual counseling, counselors who convey nonjudgmental, respectful attention, and a one-down posture in development-oriented small-group work can help adolescents move forward.

摘要

本文以一些臨床例子,概括青少年成長的「黏滯」,指出學生(包括資優或資弱的、處於各種生長環境和社會經濟地位的學生)所面臨的各種掙扎。輔導人員定期參照青少年成長的模板,便可確定哪些成長或發展過程中的挑戰會導致青少年現有的問題。正如個別輔導一樣,在成長導向的小組輔導工作上,只要輔導人員不持裁決性的態度,事事尊重,且不擺出高高在上的姿態,定能幫助青少年邁步向前。