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Peer-Impact Diagnosis and TherapyA Handbook for Successful Practice with Adolescents$
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Vivian Center Seltzer

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780814740422

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: March 2016

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9780814740422.001.0001

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Phase II

Phase II

Defensive Glitch Protocols

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Peer-Impact Diagnosis and Therapy

Vivian Center Seltzer

NYU Press

This chapter presents the Phase II protocols used with adolescents identified as having turned off Peer Arena comparative acts, thus aborting their development. These protocols assist in identifying defensive glitches and begins with the Defensive Glitch (PAR-DG) protocol; the protocols that follow it ask questions to elicit special aspects about their interactions with peers in order to fill out gaps from PAR-DG findings. This chapter describes the design and approach of the Phase II protocols and highlights the importance of detecting defensive flights as soon as possible in addressing the adolescent's fear and work. It also discusses supplementary protocols for suspected defensive glitches, namely: PAR-SuII-CC (Continuity and Change) protocol, PAR-SuII-AS (Antisocial) protocol, and PAR-SuII-ASCR (Antisocial Cognitive Rationale) protocol.

Keywords:   adolescents, comparative acts, adolescent development, defensive glitches, Defensive Glitch (PAR-DG) protocol, peers, defensive flights, Peer Arena

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