You Think I'M Evil ... by Taransaud David
According to the children's charity Barnados (report 2008) more than half the UK population believe that teenagers behave like monsters using words like feral animal and vermin in referring to young people. Even if they don't share this belief therapists teachers youth workers and foster parents still struggle to work effectively with challenging adolescents on a daily basis. Jargo free and engaging You think I'm Evil. takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the hidden inner territory of troubled and troubling adolescents. It offers new perspectives to help professionals reframe our ideas about what is driving their behaviour and attitude. In recognising the limitations of everyday language the book suggests new forms of creative expression drawn from teenage preferences allowing both adult and adolescent to safelt explore the young person's inner and outer world together.