CYC-Net Students Hub
We invite students to register on our new moderated Student Hub, a student-specific discussion group on CYC-Net which will provide a place where students can have discussions with each other - student to student. Our new student hub will run in parallel with our general CYC discussion group.
Students may be interested in discussing their schools, programs, course material, classes they are taking, papers they are writing, as well as the challenges they are facing. They could connect with other students to ask questions about further education, reach out regarding areas of common interest, or discuss upcoming conferences available to students (maybe even helping each other out with travel or accommodation to attend events in other countries). The limits are endless in terms of students helping students. The group will be moderated by at least one professor or instructor from a participating college or university to ensure that questions and answers remain relevant and respectful - and to guide discussion where necessary.
Our new student hub will also offer a place for the next generation of CYC professionals and leaders to begin to form relationships with others as they find their stride in their understanding of CYC as a discipline.
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Viewpoints, Reports, Opinions, Press Releases and Other Journals
I help children cope, but too many are being failed as the system
Ethnic and gender differences in youths' developing gender identity
USA: Millions of youth are homeless for more than a month at a time
Australia: We must stop punishing children for a disadvantaged start in life
Europe: Leave no child behind - joint statement on the occasion of Universal Children's Day
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Activities and resources for younger children? / Age of CYC practitioner / Boundaries in the school system? / Children and marijuana? / CYC as a profession 1 / CYC as a profession 2 / Difference between counter transference and projective identifications? / Effectiveness of youth incarceration? / Ethical boundaries / Family break up affecting career choice? / Hiring past clients / Is it unprofessional? / Mixed age groups? / Nature-based interventions? / Personal development and self-care / Self-authoring thinking? / Staff gender balance in boys (14-17) residential schools / Therapeutic use of self? / Training makes for cost effectiveness? / Upcoming placement in women's shelter / Vulnerable youth in the education system