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Jeux vidéo, alcool, cannabis, prévenir et accompagner son adolescent

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog122148
Phan, Olivier. Solar , 2017. (Book)
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Call Number
GL 330 PHA 2017
Moment charnière entre L'enfance et l'âge adulte, l'adolescence est cette période de la vie où un jeune acquiert son indépendance. Cette quête d'autonomie, qui n'est pas un choix mais une nécessité, passe par des essais et des prises de risque. Les parents peuvent se sentir désarmés, avoir l'impres…
Title
Jeux vidéo, alcool, cannabis, prévenir et accompagner son adolescent
Alternate Title
[Jeux video, alcool, cannabis, prevenir et accompagner son adolescent]
Author
Phan, Olivier
Publisher
Solar
Year Published
2017
Physical Description
Softcover ; 356 p.
Topics
Young Adults-At Risk Behaviour
Parenting
Addictive Behaviour
Abstract
Moment charnière entre L'enfance et l'âge adulte, l'adolescence est cette période de la vie où un jeune acquiert son indépendance. Cette quête d'autonomie, qui n'est pas un choix mais une nécessité, passe par des essais et des prises de risque. Les parents peuvent se sentir désarmés, avoir l'impression qu'ils ne sont plus écoutés, que leur adolescent échappe à tout contrôle. Pourtant, ils doivent l'accompagner au mieux pour lui permettre de vivre et de savourer les expériences de son âge, sans perte de chance pour son avenir. Essayer le cannabis ne conduit pas inéluctablement à la toxicomanie. En revanche, fumer pour gérer ses émotions constitue une consommation à risque. De même que jouer est indispensable à l'homme, trouver dans les jeux vidéo un moyen de fuir la réalité pose un vrai problème. Enfin, la fête et l'alcool font très bon ménage, sauf lorsqu'ils transforment la prise de risque en une réelle mise en danger.Quand un adolescent a une conduite problématique, lui faire entendre raison n'est pas chose facile. Son cerveau, encore en développement, privilégie l'émotionnel au rationnel. Face à cette réalité, ce sont des liens de confiance, solides et stables, qui vont permettre aux parents d'accompagner leur enfant. Faire confiance à son adolescent et à ses compétences de parents est un élément clé pour l'épanouissement de tous.Dans cet ouvrage, des spécialistes proposent un autre regard sur l'adolescence et préconisent des attitudes parentales issues de leur pratique clinique auprès de familles d'adolescents.
ISBN
9782263148231
Language
French
Material Type
Book
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
GL 330 PHA 2017
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Recognizing resilience: A workbook for parents and caregivers of teens using substances

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog112241

http://www.cw.bc.ca/library/pdf/RecognizingResilienceWorkbook2012.pdf

McCune, Stephanie. Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Island Health Authority , 2012. (Book, Online)
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
URL Notes
Click on the link above to view/print.
This is a workbook for parents and caregivers who love and worry about a teenager who may be experimenting with or regularly engaged in relationship with alcohol or other drugs. It offers both concrete tips and strategies, as well as reflective exercises.
Title
Recognizing resilience: A workbook for parents and caregivers of teens using substances
Author
McCune, Stephanie
Corporate Author
Discovery Youth & Family Services
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
Vancouver Island Health Authority
Year Published
2012
Physical Description
PDF file: 111 p.
Topics
Addictive Behaviour
Street Drugs. Recreational Drugs
Young Adults
Abstract
This is a workbook for parents and caregivers who love and worry about a teenager who may be experimenting with or regularly engaged in relationship with alcohol or other drugs. It offers both concrete tips and strategies, as well as reflective exercises.
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Online
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
URL
http://www.cw.bc.ca/library/pdf/RecognizingResilienceWorkbook2012.pdf
URL Notes
Click on the link above to view/print.
Audience
Patient or Public

Cockeyed: A memoir of going blind

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog109623
Knighton, Ryan. New York, NY: Public Affairs , 2006. (Book) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Call Number
FH 300 KNI 2006
This is a tragicomic, politically incorrect, and astoundingly articulate memoir about going blind–and growing up. In this book, which ricochets between meditation and black comedy, the Vancouver born author tells the story of his fifteen-year descent into blindness while incidentally revealing the …
Title
Cockeyed: A memoir of going blind
Author
Knighton, Ryan
Place
New York, NY
Publisher
Public Affairs
Year Published
2006
Physical Description
Hardcover, 263 p.
Topics
Vision/Vision Disorders. Visual Impairments
Blindness
Young Adults-Life Transitions
Visual Impairment
Abstract
This is a tragicomic, politically incorrect, and astoundingly articulate memoir about going blind–and growing up. In this book, which ricochets between meditation and black comedy, the Vancouver born author tells the story of his fifteen-year descent into blindness while incidentally revealing the world of the sighted in all its phenomenal peculiarity.
ISBN
1586483293
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
FH 300 KNI 2006
Copy 1 BC Children's and Women's Family Support & Resource Centre Available
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Flipping the world: Viewing the world through a blue lens.

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog111418

http://www.nfb.ca/film/flipping_the_world_drugs_through_a_blue_lens/

(Video)
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
URL Notes
Click the link above to view the video on-line.
This film focuses on youth and drug addiction from the perspective of those who have been there. Seven high school students of different cultures meet with members of the Odd Squad – Vancouver police officers who, since 1998, have been filming people addicted to drugs. The students talk to the cops…
Title
Flipping the world: Viewing the world through a blue lens.
Physical Description
Streaming video: 30 min.
Topics
Street Drugs. Recreational Drugs
Addictive Behaviour
Young Adults-At-Risk Behaviour
Abstract
This film focuses on youth and drug addiction from the perspective of those who have been there. Seven high school students of different cultures meet with members of the Odd Squad – Vancouver police officers who, since 1998, have been filming people addicted to drugs. The students talk to the cops, then meet some young people in recovery and others struggling with drug addiction. A useful tool for teachers, educators and others who work with youth, to generate discussion.
Material Type
Video
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
URL
http://www.nfb.ca/film/flipping_the_world_drugs_through_a_blue_lens/
URL Notes
Click the link above to view the video on-line.
Audience
Patient or Public