Out of Control – Teenagers

The Out of Control method is a portable, interactive training module for both adults and children. It provides a process whereby people learn to evaluate their own control system, their wants, behaviours and perceptions. This brings about a wider understanding of their own behaviour that leads to positive change.

We promote emotional health that is essential to enable the children to learn and fulfil their potential.

They can help with:

The number one reason for pupils being suspended or people losing their jobs is that they cannot get along with the people they work with. These valuable ideas prepare them to build more effective relationships as they move onto their adult lives.

Out of Control provides a variety of options to meet the individual needs of your group/school. It is tailor made for any situation that you are experiencing.

The interactive training pack:

We teach techniques to the adults and teenagers and provide follow up support sessions.

We offer additional training for parents and anyone else involved with your group/school. We also provide one to one mentoring for individuals who may need additional support or find it easier to work in smaller groups.

The approach we use is Reality Therapy and originates from the works of William Glasser MD who qualified as a psychiatrist and later applied his philosophies to areas such as education and management. Reality Therapy is a simple, yet extremely effective method of teaching people how to gain effective control of their behaviours and to take responsibility for their actions. We do not dwell on past situations that we cannot change; instead we look to resolve a present problem and plan for alternative, more effective solutions for the future.

Reality Therapy is being used successfully in many areas of work including counselling, psychotherapy, management, parenting and education.

The theory is supported by documented research carried out by a wide variety of professionals over the years.

We are both fully qualified to practice in Reality Therapy and have a wide range of experience working with pre-school children, school aged children, teenagers and adults. We use these skills in our work counselling, mentoring and tutoring.