Having a few writing prompts handy can be a helpful tool with clients who struggle to open up, or who have a hard time thinking about what they would like to talk about. The Self-Exploration Sentence Completion worksheet can help get the ball rolling by asking your client to complete eleven exploratory prompts. Be sure to review and discuss each prompt. This worksheet can also act as a fun icebreaker for groups!
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