Youth Workers

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Youth Workers by Mind Map: Youth Workers

1. Client

1.1. Priority

1.1.1. Secondary consideration for parents or others affected by any decision

1.2. Raport

1.2.1. Essential

1.2.2. Body Language

1.2.3. Language

1.2.3.1. 7%

1.2.4. Tone

1.2.5. Dress

1.2.6. Common interest

1.2.7. Open Conversation

1.2.8. Responsive

1.2.9. Mirroring Personality

1.2.9.1. Not Copying

1.2.9.2. Introvert

1.2.9.3. Extrovert

2. Tools

2.1. Alternate approaches

2.1.1. Treatment Model

2.1.1.1. Anti-Professional

2.1.1.2. Encourages Conformity

2.1.1.3. Clinical Expert

2.1.1.4. Believes youth are deviant

2.1.1.5. Exercised in scouts

2.1.1.6. Resist Corruption

2.1.1.7. Strong Discipline

2.1.1.8. Enforce rules

2.1.2. Reform Model

2.1.2.1. Professional

2.1.2.2. Coaches

2.1.2.3. Mentors

2.1.2.4. Believe disadvantage deters success

2.1.2.5. Encourage success

2.1.2.6. Anti-discriminatory

2.1.2.7. Motivator

2.1.3. Empowerment Model

2.1.3.1. Radical

2.1.3.2. Non-Radical

2.1.4. Advocacy Model

2.1.4.1. Radical

2.1.4.1.1. Young person's rights

2.1.4.1.2. Equal pay

2.1.4.1.3. Legalisation of Marijuana

2.1.4.2. Non-Radical

3. Boundaries

3.1. Professional

3.1.1. Smoking with clients

3.1.2. Providing access to smoking for underage clients

3.1.3. Bumping into clients outside of work

3.2. Personal

3.2.1. Clients knowing where you live

3.2.2. Clients meeting your family

3.2.2.1. Unpredicted

3.2.2.2. Scheduled

3.2.2.2.1. Public Place

3.2.3. Giving clients a ride home outside of work hours

4. Characteristics

4.1. Refrain from judgement

4.2. Caring

4.3. Passionate

4.4. Hard Working

4.5. Intrinsically motivated

4.6. Open Minded

5. Education

5.1. Qualified

5.1.1. Certificates

5.1.1.1. Certificate III

5.1.1.2. Graduate Certificate

5.1.1.3. Certificate IV

5.1.1.4. Certificate I

5.1.1.5. Certificate II

5.1.2. University Qualifications

5.1.2.1. Bachelor Degree

5.1.2.2. Postgraduate Degree

5.1.2.3. Graduate Diploma

5.1.2.4. Advanced Diploma

5.2. Unqualified

5.2.1. Obtain experience through volunteering

6. Principles

6.1. Empowerment

6.1.1. Enabling

6.1.2. Support

6.1.3. Rights

6.1.4. Community

6.1.5. Improvement

6.1.6. Entitlement

6.1.7. Encouragement

6.1.8. Freedom

6.1.9. Self-Determination

6.1.10. Independence

6.1.11. Confidence

6.2. Participation

6.3. Social Justice

6.4. Hollistic

6.5. Safety

6.6. Respect

6.7. Connectedness

6.8. Health and Wellbeing

6.9. Positive Transitions

7. Employment

7.1. Offices

7.2. Schools

7.2.1. University

7.2.2. TAFE

7.2.3. High School

7.2.4. Primary Schools

7.3. Residential Care

7.4. Youth Centres

7.4.1. Drop in

7.5. Health Clinics

7.6. Community Centres

7.7. Detached

7.7.1. Not based in one location

7.7.2. Approach young people in the street

7.8. Juvenile Justice

7.9. Hospitals