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Mask Project for Art Thearpy
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Mask Project for Art Thearpy

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Masks are an excellent technique to have in your art therapy toolbag, especially for groups. This project encourages self-reflection, expression, and it will sometimes allow you to start difficult conversations. Even some of your most private clients might be willing to share what they've created. Plus, it's fun...
Self-Esteem Journal
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Self-Esteem Journal

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Positive journaling has been found to help improve feelings of wellbeing and self-esteem. With this self-esteem worksheet, your clients will be asked to record three daily questions related to their successes, good qualities, and positive experiences. This worksheet is great for clients who have difficulty generating ideas for positive experiences to journal about...
Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script
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Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script

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Progressive muscle relaxation has been found to result in long-term benefits in the treatment of anxiety. Use this script to guide clients through the exercise. It'll be important to provide additional education about the purpose and benefits of the exercise, and to encourage clients to practice on their own...
Anger Warning Signs
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Anger Warning Signs

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Use this worksheet at the beginning anger management treatment to help educate clients about their physical and behavioral responses to anger. We recommend taking time to help your client identify their earliest warning signs of anger that might be less obvious and more difficult to recognize, so they can cut off aggression before it has an opportunity to take over...
Creating a Token Economy
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Creating a Token Economy

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"Token economy" is a fancy way of saying "reward system based on some sort of fake currency like stickers or points". Teaching a parent to create an effective token economy for their child can result in a quick and significant improvement in their behavior. Token economies are a common tool for parents whether or not their children are having behavioral issues...
Gratitude Journal
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Gratitude Journal

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Several studies have show strong positive link between gratitude journaling and well-being (for one, see Emmons, R. A. & McCullough, M. E., 2003). Ask your client to spend a few minutes each evening recording five things that were good about their day. Of course, your client will want to include big things like receiving a promotion or acing a test, but remind them that the little things are important too...
Postcard Art Activity
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Postcard Art Activity

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This postcard activity requires a bit of creativity from both the therapist and client. The printout depicts the back of a basic postcard. Here's our vision for its use: Clients write a short message to someone who they miss, someone who they are frustrated with, or to someone with whom they want to share something...
What is ADD / ADHD?
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What is ADD / ADHD?

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The diagnosis of ADD / ADHD has become controversial because of an increase in the frequency of the diagnosis and fears of over-medication. Additionally, caring for a child with ADHD can be very frustrating for parents because many of the behaviors come across as purposeful disobedience...
Mental Status Exam
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Mental Status Exam

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The mental status exam (MSE) is a tool used by clinicians to assess the basic functioning of a client. They are often completed during an initial psychosocial, and at regular intervals throughout treatment. Use the MSE to record notes on your clients' mood, cognition, perception, thoughts, behaviors, insight, and judgement...
The Human Brain (Diagram)
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The Human Brain (Diagram)

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A basic brain diagram can be a versatile tool that fits in with almost any topic. We especially like to use this diagram to help describe how the brain changes during normal development and during drug use. Discussing the normal development of the brain can be valuable for parents who are having difficulty understanding their child's behavior, or for teenagers who are struggling with addiction which hinders their brain's development...
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