86 Treatment Ideas & Practical Strategies for the Therapeutic Toolbox

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PESI Publishing & Media, 2006 - Psychology - 163 pages
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86 T.I.P.S. (Treatment Ideas and Practical Strategies) for the Therapeutic Toolbox features user-friendly handouts, activities and worksheets for individuals, couples and groups all smartly spiral bound so you can easily make copies for your clients, and ready for immediate use in your clinical practice. Within the T.I.P.S. approach, each of the 86 activities, handouts or strategies is broken down even further into T.I.P.s (Theory, Implementation and Processing). This unique approach makes every TIP easy to understand and put to practice.
 

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Contents

Interpersonal
21
P 5 Communication Made Even Simpler for Kids of All Ages
25
P s 6 and 7 Behind the Scenes of NonAssertiveness and Aggressiveness
27
P 9 Transforming You Messages into I Messages
32
P 10 Checklist for Assertive Behavior
34
Maybe Its Not So Funny
36
P s 12 and 13 The Art of Listening
38
Covering the Buttons of Vulnerability
45
P 35 Fact Versus Fiction Activity
80
Destress for Success
87
SelfDiscovery and Growth
101
P 51 Giving Up the Rearview Mirror Syndrome
109
Introspective and Cathartic Exercises
121
Identifying Characteristics ofthe Dysfunctional Family
132
Couple Considerations
137
Behavioral and Experiential Strategies
145

P 15 Turning Complaints into Goals
47
P 18 A C T N O W
53
Cognitive Therapy at Work
59
P 31 Rational and Irrational Thinking in Meetings
74
P 79 Behavioral Chartingto Shape Behavior
153
Afterword
163
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About the author (2006)

 Judy Belmont, MS, has been a psychotherapist for 35 years, with a focus on practical, psycho-social and psycho-educational skills training. She is the author of PESI’s popular 3 book series, 86 TIPS, 103 Group Activities and TIPS, and 127 More Amazing TIPS & Tools for the Therapeutic Toolbox, which offers practical, action-oriented strategies to help people develop healthy life skills.


She is also co-author of the self-help book The Swiss Cheese Theory of Life. Judy is a national speaker on various mental health and wellness topics for a variety of populations, including mental health professionals, women’s conferences and expos and as well as workplace wellness programs. She maintains a private practice in Allentown, PA.

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