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What have I done? A victim empathy programme for young people

What have I done? A victim empathy programme for young people. Pete Wallis with Clair Aldington and Marian Liebmann. Illustrated by Emily Wallis.  London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 2010. 204 pages. Paperback with DVD.

by Eric Assur

This book is very practice oriented. It looks and feels like a workbook. The accompanying DVD is to help with didactic use with groups of teens. The professionals Wallis acknowledges as having helped him are largely probation or ‘youth offending service’ professionals in the United Kingdom.  

The Canadian, Australian, or United States reader immediately notes that the spelling of the Kings Language is of the British or UK variety. Regardless of spelling, this book is a simple, easy to use workbook to guide the skilled and the not-so-well-informed youth services professional who works with teens who have offended. 

Feb 24, 2010 , , , ,

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