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Even More CBT Art Activities

100 Illustrated Handouts for Creative Therapeutic Work
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From the author of The CBT Art Activity Book, this book brings you even more and even better worksheets and ready-to-use creative activities based on CBT principles.

With striking patterned designs and easy-to-follow prompts, these 100 new worksheets are suitable for adults and young people, in individual or group work. Using CBT and art as therapy, they support therapeutic outcomes such as emotional regulation, improved self-esteem and resilience, coping with change and loss, and identifying goals.

The book also includes guidance on using the worksheets effectively in therapeutic sessions, enabling a safe space to express, articulate and process difficult experiences and emotions.
  • Published: Nov 18 2021
  • Pages: 144
  • 280 x 214mm
  • ISBN: 9781787759299
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Press Reviews

  • Faye Keenan, Therapist, Authentic Self Counselling

    Another great book from Jen. I frequently use sheets from the previous Anxiety workbook and know this one will be as invaluable in helping clients tap into those emotions that have been hidden away. I particularly like the ideas of how to apply the worksheets to particular issues, a really good balance of the creative and abstract ideas alongside the practical tips and suggestions.
  • Kelly Kitching, Therapist - Kelly Marie Counselling

    Once again Jennifer has produced an invaluable resource that is not only useful for therapists within their practice but also for personal use away from the therapy room. Knowing how resourceful and powerful previous worksheets have been and how they helped so many people, I'm now looking forward to taking this activity book into my counselling sessions so that clients can express themselves easier when it becomes difficult to say things out loud.
  • Gilly Brooks, Counsellor

    This is a useful book for clients as they evaluate past, present and future events and subsequent ways of thinking. The book directs a person to think about their 'self' from a fresh perspective. A better present may emerge as one moves away from the feeling of the past , enabling a more hopeful, less anxious feeling for the future. A helpful CBT aid which some clients may enjoy between and after counselling sessions. Easy to follow exercises.