By Tony Hobbs
Experiential education explores how you can educate humans in parts that are emotionally and intellectually hard. the themes tested - dying and loss of life, sexuality, dealing with pressure, sorts of conversation - current a problem to most folks. specialist members offer special descriptions of the way to layout and organise acceptable classes for those and similar parts, giving the reader a full of life thought of the character of this not easy technique.
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Such a strategy makes use of any tactic that seems likely to reduce the level of tension. Thus relaxation therapy may be practised for this purpose as well as to support anticipatory coping, thus illustrating the point that the activity itself represents the tactic, but that it is the use to which it is put which represents the strategy. Thinking and feeling This theoretical framework offers participants a conceptual scheme whereby they can attempt to locate the various strategies discussed in the previous session as well as the techniques developed in the workshop.