Games (& Other Stuff) for Group, Book 2
This book contains activities that act as catalyst for discussions and to answer the question, 'what can I do to get my group to open up and talk?' Some of the topics include expressing emotions, learning names, learning about each other, decision making, working with others, following directions, creative thinking, frustration, and communication.
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Table of Contents Cont
PeerRelational Middle Childhood
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ability able achieve adolescents autonomy awareness Behaviors of Troubled Bull Ring cards caretaker Characteristics and Behaviors child circle cognitive communication coping skills creativity dependent personality disorders developmental stage developmental tasks DSM-IV dyadic stage Encourage environment experience explore feelings Firm limits focus function goal group activities group members group therapy identify identity impulse control inability individual therapy integration interaction interpersonal interventions Jane Loevinger Jean Piaget learning level of development Magical thinking manipulation manual ment Metaphors Moral Development mother move nurturing one-to-one operating OPSERVATlONS/aOESTlONS paranoid personality disorders parent participate person Pete play play activities play therapy player POSSIBLE OBJECTIVES problems reactive attachment disorders relationships role rules separation setting small group social someone STAGE CASE STUDY stage of development Summary of Treatment Susan teacher theorists therapeutic therapist thinking tion Tommy Treatment Implications TRIADIC STAGE Troubled Individuals utilize vidual XPEAS young adults