The Confrontation Skills Facilitator Guide is a collection of step-by-step instructions for teaching 22 social skills activities (380 minutes) to groups of youth and adults.

Confrontation frightens most people. They equate it with walking through a minefield and would rather avoid it than fulfill their needs. Some people think of it as anger and hurt to themselves and others. Others think it is aggressive behavior that demands bullying, domineering or using physical force or threats to gain compliance. There are two types of confrontation: aggressiveness and assertiveness. Aggressiveness is negative, coercive, self-enhancing behavior at the expense of others. It is forcing your will on someone else. Assertiveness is a positive behavior. It is the ability to express your feelings, opinions, beliefs, and needs directly, openly and honestly and to make a firm stand without violating the rights of others.

  1. Peer Pressures
  2. Positive and Negative Pressures
  3. Who Is This?
  4. Reacting to Pressure
  5. Yielding to Influence
  6. Group Problem Solving
  7. Experiences Shared
  8. What Are My Choices?
  9. Used Gum
  10. Passive, Assertive or Aggressive?
  11. Doormat, Bully or Leader?
  12. Proactive Behaviors
  13. Obnoxious Customers
  14. Being Assertive
  15. Secret Confessions
  16. Hurtful Remembrances
  17. The Baby Picture
  18. Handling Ridicule
  19. Celebrity Picture
  20. Replies to Criticism
  21. Guess the Phrase
  22. Closed Doors


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