PLAIN Talk

Episode 4 April 21, 2021 01:17:32
PLAIN Talk
Building Resilience
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Show Notes

Similar to the previous episode on PRIDE Skills, PLAIN Talk is another handy set of communication tools, geared toward speaking with older youth and adults. This episode dives into the five communication skills that make up the PLAIN acronym: Praise, Listen, Attitude, Initiate, and Negotiate.

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