Ideas for Addiction Group Counseling


Ideas for Addiction Group Counseling

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Negative words, behaviors and actions were written on heavy rocks and then added to a bucket that a child was holding to show the effects of how negative words and actions can weigh you down.

It's Bucket Filling Time!

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Art Therapy for Substance Abuse Treatment FREE e-book

Art Therapy for Substance Abuse Treatment

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New MATRIX IOP Manual

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Group Therapy Activities for Adults

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Use this list of mental health group topics to help you plan groups or create a complete program. Specific subtopics are included for each category of group topic.

Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities

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No Harm Contract for Therapy Practice

Free Practice Documents & Worksheets for Therapists | TheraNest

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The process of grieving an unhappy, abusive childhood can looks a lot like this picture. This process is similar to the stages of dying as described by Kubler-Ross.

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Silhouette Self-Portraits Great free art ..Students create a collage of things that represent them at this point in their lives. So, some are doing shopping, sports, food, etc. Add text- words that represent them (ie. kind, athletic, smart, funny, reliable) to get them thinking of some traits that are unique to them

Splish Splash Splatter: Silhouette Self-Portraits

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Here is a list I typed up of 100 common intervention terms used in documentation

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Commonly used art supplies and media in your art therapy work or internship

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How Art Therapy Can Help Children Facing Mental And Emotional Challenges | Huffington Post

How Art Therapy Can Help Children Facing Mental And Emotional Challenges

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My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do!

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Stones, have clients leave their mark. Have graduating clients leave a stone of encouragement or something they learned for future clients to learn from.

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Creativity in Therapy: How Full Is Your Bucket? | Carolyn Mehlomakulu, LMFT, ATR- The bucket metaphor lends itself well to interactive and creative activities for children, groups, or families.

Creativity in Therapy: How Full Is Your Bucket?

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Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities Would modify for school counseling groups

Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities

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Free School Counseling resources

Ideas and Activities for Substance Abuse Group Therapy | eHow

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Coping Skills Bingo Game for Coping skills (2 different versions!)

Coping Skills Bingo Game (2 different versions!)

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Therapy Games: Creative Ways to Turn Popular Games Into Activities That Build Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication Skills, Anger Management,...

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genogram symbols reference chart

Standard Genogram Symbols

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Journal Ideas

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  • Karen Salsman
    Karen Salsman

    Can I use this idea? If so, I see it's copyrighted. If it's alright to use it, who do I give credit to for using it? THanks. :-)

Alternatives to self-harm

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From Creativity in Therapy. For an art therapy directive: "Imagine your life has been like a journey along a road. What would this road look like? Where have you been and where are you headed?"

Creativity in Therapy: The Road of Your Life

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Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities Would modify for school counseling groups

Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities

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Good piece to use to check in with yourself before group or therapy HealingFromBPD.org: Blank Global Assessment Functioning Form (AOQ)

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Notecards for clients to write down what they take away from each session - they can keep all the cards together on a ring as a reminder

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