Play Therapy: Techniques
All of us have strengths that get us through difficult times, but we sometimes have trouble recognizing that they are there or remembering to draw on them. As therapists, we often spend time helping our clients to identify these strengths or build up their coping strategies. We want them to know that they can successfully …
Therapeutic dream catchers! Steps: 1) draw/pattern of dream catcher 2) decorate dream catcher 3) have the child write out negative emotions, triggers, or experiences. 4) trap the negative thoughts/triggers/emotions 5)have the child circle the dream catcher with strengths, positive traits, activities, and other things/people the client loves.
Description: The bowl represents us as an individual, we are vessels that hold many things. But sometimes we break and need to be put back together. Our brokenness changes us, makes us who we are. And so the painting on the outside of the bowl represents who we are on the outside, and the words on the inside of…
What Can I Control? A Simple Visual Activity for School Counseling: elementary school counseling activity or middle school counseling activity to discuss what we can and cannot control! This is a great activity for small group counseling or individual counseling!