Breakthrough Therapy Techniques for Individuals, Groups, Kids and Adults: A Cookbook of Activities

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iUniverse, May 6, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 76 pages
If you are looking for a way to reconnect with your children, students, team, spouse, or elderly parent, this book is for you.

Breakthrough Therapy Techniques for Individuals, Groups, Kids, and Adults is a collection of therapeutic activities for every day people, as well as professionals. Familiar toys and games are used and transformed into therapeutic interventions. Activities include ice-breakers and getting-to-know-you exercises, in addition to various activities meant to address issues such as grief and loss, anger, self-esteem, divorce, and much more.

Ms. Kuntz has written a comprehensive, well-organized guide on various treatment modalities for a wide-ranging patient clientele. She provides clear directions on the therapeutic techniques with numerous examples. The style is casual and very readable making it useful to both beginning therapists and experienced clinicians Howard Leftin, Adult Psychiatrist, M.D.

The book was great. Well explained and so worth it. Want to try some of the techniques on my children who are 9 and 10. Thanks for sharing. Robin Stephenson, Life Tree Adoption Agency

Mrs. Kuntz used these activities to solve some sibling problems in our family. My children were always eager to see her. She is creative, fun and an empathic counselor. I am so excited she has shared some of her activities with us. Marty Bask


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Mrs. Amber Kuntz is a licensed professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She is a private family and child outreach therapist who sees clients in the convenience of their own homes, in office, or in relaxed environments. She is a clinical/professional member of ACA. She speaks at workshops nationally and has published numerous journal articles. She most recently launched the Bright Future Mentor and Tutoring Program.

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