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All for Alex
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All for Alex
A 'Circle of Friends'



January 1998 | 42 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Drawing upon the work of other colleagues, in particular the research done by Tina Axup, Barbara and George put this process into practice for an 11-year-old boy.

The effects were startlingly successful and extraordinarily moving. With the consent of the young people, their teachers and families, it was filmed, and this video, with full explanatory guidebook, will encourage others to try the intervention.

This is a powerful, easy to use strategy. If you have never used it, then we recommend that you watch the video and try it out for yourself.

 
Introduction
 
Circles in Schools
 
Background to Circle of Friends
 
The Original Model
 
Our Development of the Model
 
How to Use the Video

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