Citations with the tag: LEISURE counseling
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- MARK YOUR CALENDARS.
// Parks & Recreation; Jan2006, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p65
The article presents a calendar of the recreation activities programs that will take place in various cities and towns in the U.S. The Maintenance Management School will take place at Oglebay Resort, Wheeling, West Virginia, between January 29-February 2, 2006. The NRPA National Legislative...
- VA BENE.
Stirling, Katherine // New Yorker; 4/7/2008, Vol. 84 Issue 8, p27
The article discusses Bruno and Ella Contigiani and their organization L'Arte del Vivere con Lentezza (The Art of Living Slowly). The Contigiani's, from Milan, Italy, created the Global Day of Slow Living holiday in order to encourage a leisurely lifestyle. The article describes how the...
- ANALYSIS OF A CLIENT-STAFF-DEVELOPED SHAPING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO ENHANCE READING PERSISTENCE IN AN ADULT DIAGNOSED WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA.
Skinner, Christopher H.; Skinner, Amy L.; Armstrong, Kevin J. // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Summer2000, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p52
A changing criterion design was used to help increase leisure reading persistence in an adult man diagnosed with schizophrenia. During a 5 day baseline phase, the most the man read on any given day was one page. A primary service provider and the client worked together to develop and implement a...
- NINETY MINUTES INTO THE GAME.
Groff, Diane; Funderburk, Janet; Mccomb, Adam; Connolly, Sean // Parks & Recreation; Aug2000, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p70
Illustrates the role of recreation professionals in the United States in reducing gender bias in sports. Contributions of recreation programs to stereotypical norms and injustices; Application of sociological theory to recreation to eliminate stereotypes in recreation programming; Role of...
- The Psychology of Leisure/Leisure Counseling/Leisure Counseling Techniques (Book).
Dustin, Richard // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Jun78, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p650
Reviews the books `The Psychology of Leisure: Research Approaches to the Study of Leisure' by John Neulinger, `Leisure Counseling: An Aspect of Leisure Education,' edited by Arlin Epperson, Peter A. Witt and Gerald Hitzhusen and 'Leisure Counseling Techniques: Individual and Group Counseling...
- A Star is Born.
Eisen, David // Luxury Travel Advisor; Dec2009, p30
The article offers an overview of how the showman personality of Gary Stevens, vice president of leisure sales and marketing for Leaders in Travel, has offered him a success in the travel industry in Great Neck, New York. Stevens, who had a child actor image, developed his knowledge with the use...
- Living a life of leisure.
Rollins, Jonathan // Counseling Today; Aug2005, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p10
Looks into the importance of engaging oneself in leisure activities. Enhancement of a person's spiritual nature; Development of social, physical and intellectual skills; Use of a leisure graph to help people assess their abilities, interests and needs.
- Planning for Play.
Gabbard, Hazel F. // Educational Leadership; Mar1948, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p379
The article discusses the importance of guidance for utilizing the out-of-school hours of children. Guidance in the use of leisure time has long been recognized as one of the major purposes of education. Leisure spent wholly in idle amusement may deteriorate mental efficiency and impair health....
- Students' Perceptions of Leisure, Leisure Professionals and the Professional Body of Knowledge.
Parr, Mary Greenwood; Lashua, Brett D. // Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education (Oxfo; Nov2005, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p16
The purpose of this study was to determine what leisure studies students believe to be true about leisure, leisure professionals, and the body of knowledge. Leisure is commonly understood as free time, an activity, and/or a state of mind. Leisure has also been related to developmental action....
- "BBM Approach to Outdoor Recreation Programming.".
Brookover, Bob; Harwell, Rick // Association of Outdoor Recreation & Education Conference Proceed; 1996 Proceedings, p21
This article explains the process to implementing "Benefits Based Management" (BBM) approach to outdoor recreation programming. Each of the three phases are explained along with the steps to evaluation. In addition programming principles and processing are outlined. BBM is a techniques focused...
- Leisure Counseling For Disabled Older Persons.
Loesch, Larry C. // Journal of Rehabilitation; Oct-Dec81, Vol. 47 Issue 4
Evaluates leisure counseling for disabled older persons in the United States. Perspective on work and leisure; Role of counselors in helping people achieve life adjustment; Assessment of individual using Avocational counseling.
- HISTORICAL-CULTURAL DISCOURSE ON FAMILY AND CHILD LEISURE IN THE CONTEXT OF MANIFESTATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS.
�iauciulienz0117;, Ruta // Teacher Education / Mokytoju Ugdymas; Dec2009, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p26
Based on historical-cultural reconstructionism, the article explains the genesis of educational meaningfulness of the concepts of child and family leisure in various epochs. It discloses the content of the discourse in the categories "the child in the family", "the family and the child", and...
- Strength Training and Leisure Counseling as Treatments for Institutionalized Juvenile Delinquents.
Munson, Wayne W.; Baker, Stanley B.; Lundegren, Herberta M. // Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly; Jan1985, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p65
A systematic strength training and structured leisure counseling program was investigated to determine the effects on self-esteem, leisure attitudes, leisure behaviors, and muscular fitness of institutionalized juvenile delinquents. Subjects were randomly assigned to one of three groups:...
- THE EFFECT OF A DISABILITY CAMP PROGRAM ON ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN A SUMMER SPORT AND LEISURE ACTIVITY CAMP.
Papaioannou, Christina; Evaggelinou, Christina; Block, Martin // International Journal of Special Education; 2014, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p121
The aim of the present study was to examine the impact of a specific Disability Camp Program (DCP) in the attitudes of children without disabilities toward the inclusion of children with disabilities in a summer sport and leisure activity camp. Three hundred eighty-seven campers without...
- More than "Just Having Fun": Reconsidering the Role of Enjoyment in Therapeutic Recreation Practice.
Hutchinson, Susan; Leblanc, Adrienne; Booth, Rhonda // Therapeutic Recreation Journal; 2006 4th Quarter, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p220
Enjoyment has been incorporated as an endpoint in a continuum of Therapeutic Recreation (TR) service delivery and as an outcome of participation in the TR process. However, the specific ways in which enjoyment may contribute to enhancing therapeutic processes or outcomes (i.e., as a tool to...
- The use of the Godin-Shephard Leisure-Time Physical Activity Questionnaire in oncology research: a systematic review.
Amireault, Steve; Godin, Gaston; Lacombe, Jason; Sabiston, Catherine M. // BMC Medical Research Methodology; Aug2015, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Background: The Godin-Shephard Leisure-Time Physical Activity Questionnaire (GSLTPAQ) is one of the most often used questionnaires in oncology research, yet modifications to the scale are done with little evidence of psychometric testing. This study aimed to (i) document the frequency of use of...
- Training Leaders for Recreation.
Romney, Ott // Education; Oct1950, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p118
This article focuses on the professional preparation for recreation leadership in the U.S. Professional preparation for recreation leadership is not a matter of providing persons with a kit of activity skills but instead it is the preparation of social engineers in a peculiar and large area of...
- Transitional Leisure Education for Young Adults With Mental Retardation.
Dattilo, J.; St. Peter, S. // Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly; Oct1993, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p394
This article discusses the development of a model focused on implementing a program of leisure activities for mentally handicapped adults, as a transitional service. The ultimate goal presented in the model is the independent participation of mentally handicapped individuals in leisure pursuits....