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Strategies Using Art for Self-reflection Reproducible Worksheets for Teens And Adults (Strategies for Better Mental Health) (Strategies for Better Mental Health) by Lynn Miller

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Published by Wellness Reproductions and Publishing, Inc. .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Art & Music Therapy,
  • Health, Mind & Body / Mental Health,
  • Mental Health,
  • Psychology,
  • Art therapy,
  • Problems, exercises, etc,
  • Self-perception

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatSpiral-bound
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12217317M
ISBN 101893277216
ISBN 109781893277212
OCLC/WorldCa59149757

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Strategies for Using Art for Self-Reflection Book Reproducible Worksheets for Teens and Adults by Lynn Bunnell, M. S. Ed., CTRS, CADC. Ages: 12 & Up. These creative therapeutic activities using art can be used in an individual or group setting. See how students or clients really feel about anger, fear, loss and grief, and rejection. Use art to explore emotions with clients Can be used in an individual or group setting Ages: 12 and up Written by Lynn Bunnell, M. S. Ed., CTRS, CADC. See how students or clients really feel about anger, fear, loss and grief, and rejection. Explore seven relevant themes through carefully outlined art . Each module has worksheets, reproducible activities, leader's instructions, and reproducible self-reflection questions for journaling. The cards can be used to further explore each module. Strategies for Using Art for Self-Reflection Book: Explore seven relevant themes through carefully outlined art activities. Feelings, Healing & Recovery Brand: ChildsWork/ChildsPlay. Strategies for Using Art for Self-Reflection Book Explore seven relevant themes through carefully outlined art activities. Feelings, Healing & Recovery, Recreation & Leisure, Relationship Self-Awareness, Self-Esteem, and Stress -Reflection CardsThis card game is designed to facilitate groups or individual sessions aimed.

Ages: 12 & Up. These creative therapeutic tools are designed to use art or self-reflective responses to help students explore such relevant themes as Feelings, Healing and Recovery, Recreation and Leisure, Relationships, Self- Awareness, Self-Esteem, and Stress Management. Each Brand: Child Therapy Toys. Reproducible Worksheets for Teens and Adults by Lynn Bunnell, M. S. Ed., CTRS, CADC. Ages: 12 & Up. These creative therapeutic activities using art can be used in an individual or group setting. See how students or clients really feel about anger, fear, loss and grief, and Brand: Child Therapy Toys. Strategies for Using Art for Self-Reflection Book and Cards Set Ages: 12 & Up. These creative therapeutic tools are designed to use art or self-reflective responses to help students explore such relevant themes as Feelings, Healing and Recovery, Recreation and Leisure, Relationships, Self- Awareness, Self-Esteem, and Stress Management. Explore seven relevant themes through carefully outlined art activities. Feelings, Healing & Recovery, Recreation & Leisure, Relationship Self-Awareness, Self-Esteem, and Stress Management. Each module has worksheets, reproducible activities, leader's instructions, Brand: ChildsWork/ChildsPlay.

15 Reflection Strategies To Help Students Retain What You Just Taught Them. 1. Pair-Share. Pair-share is a classic learning strategy where students are paired, and then verbally ‘share’ something that will help them learn new content, deepen understanding, or review what they already : Terry Heick. Strategies Using Art for Self-reflection: Reproducible Worksheets for Teens And Adults (Strategies for Better Mental Health) by Lynn Miller. Wellness Reproductions and Publishing, Inc, Spiral-bound. Good. Owner's name inside, else unmarked and in very good condition. Spiral binding. •Define ^critical self-reflection. _ •Identify one (or more) course learning outcome(s) that can be connected to a self-reflective activity. •Begin to construct a critical self-reflection activity that aligns with your identified learning outcome(s). What brings you to this session? What experiences do you have with embedding criticalFile Size: KB. In this piece, we defined introspection, described the importance of self-reflection (especially healthy self-reflection), and provided many example exercises, activities, and worksheets for you to enhance your understanding of yourself. Keep in mind that self-reflection is an intensely personal process.