Application of Erickson’s Psychosocial Crisis
Group identity vs. Alienation
Psychosocial crisis has two outcomes, a positive one that is called group identify and a negative one that is called alienation. Ryan was trying to make friends by being loving, kind and very outgoing, but because he was having difficulties with learning and wasn’t physically developed like the other teens it affected the way he felt about himself. Ryan went towards the alienation crisis stage because he was being picked on because of the way he...
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... the best intervention for bully, first we need to understand that bully is caused by social environment, culture and the interactions with others (Hamarus, P & Kaikkonen, P, 2008). In the case with Ryan there should have been in early intervention in beginning, middle and the end of the school term, that talked about bully and groups participation on how to handle a situation that involved with cyber bully (Reisch, M., & Garvin, C, 2016). On the website called “Stop Bully”, talked about getting the parents and youth involved on spreading the word about bully prevention (Bullying). In addition to that, getting the community involved too would build cohesion within the city that they live in. Within these interventions that will discuss the signs a child being bullied and how to communicate to teens and help them to help others teens that may being dealing with that.
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