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Ideas for Addiction Group Counseling


Ideas for Addiction Group Counseling

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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.

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: #MentalHealth Educational Activities

Group Therapy Topics: Mental Health Educational Activities

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Group Activities and Handouts for teens - Giving Feedback, Social Skills, Coping with

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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Standard Genogram Symbols

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    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

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: #MentalHealth Educational Activities

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)

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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Great Journal Prompts

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Mindfulness

Apology Form - just for kicks and giggles.

Apology Form - The Meta Picture

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I want to have this tattoo'd on the back of my eye lids... Characteristics of unhealthy and healthy boundaries. "Becoming your own loving parent."

Pin Now, Check out later: 3000 songs to use in lesson plans! I LOVE using music to teach!

Mandalas & More: Calming Activities for Kids « Karmaspot's Blog

Art therapy intervention--represent your life as a journey along a road. What does your road look like? From: Creativity in Therapy

Creativity in Therapy: The Road of Your Life

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Emotional Relationships - GenoPro

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An elderly Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life… He said to them, “A fight is going on inside me, it is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One wolf is evil—he is fear, anger, envy, sorrow, regret... The other is good—he is joy, peace, love, hope, sharing.. This same fight is going on inside you, and inside every other person, too.” One child asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win, Grandfather?” The Elder simply replied, “The one you feed.”

A HEAVY HEART TO CARRY. - An elderly Cherokee Native American was teaching...

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Using an ink pad make a print of your thumb in the center of a white page. Enlarge this thumb print on a photocopier to match the approximate size of your face. Place a thin sheet of copy paper over the photocopied enlargement of your thumb print and secure it in place with tape or paperclips. Starting anywhere you wish and using a black ink pen and your natural/everyday handwriting, compose a text about yourself following the contour lines of your thumb print as a guide. Use a light box or w...

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    Cheryl Coney

    I LIKE IT!

Great curriculum for teenagers who are angry....might need to tweek it for individual sessions, as this is geared for group anger therapy.

Tree of Life writing project. Have students draw a ring for each year of their life and then write and illustrate events from that year inside each ring.

E is for Explore!: Tree of Life Timeline

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