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The Art Activity Book for Psychotherapeutic Work

100 Illustrated CBT and Psychodynamic Handouts for Creative Therapeutic Work
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Help clients to raise self-esteem, cope with change and adversity and manage complex emotions with these brand new 100 ready-to-use illustrated worksheets and activities.

Drawing on psychotherapeutic approaches including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), these worksheets are ideal for use in therapeutic work, for starting conversations and addressing problems that clients face. Each worksheet is designed to encourage clients to express their thoughts and emotions creatively in a relaxed way. The book also includes activities that centre on visual diary keeping, to help clients gain perspective on their unique issues and learn to solve their problems in a positive, healthy way.

Suitable for adults and young people, in individual or group work, this is an excellent resource for those who work in therapy, counselling and social work.
  • Published: Aug 21 2017
  • Pages: 128
  • 278 x 214mm
  • ISBN: 9781785923012
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Press Reviews

  • Dr Pooky Knightsmith, Vice Chair, Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition

    Without being overly prescriptive, this book provides a wide range of starting points for conversation and artistic exploration across a range of therapeutic themes. The worksheets are aesthetically appealing and provide space and inspiration for responses in whatever form or media feels most comfortable. Designed to be dipped in and out of, it will support the formation of a strong therapeutic alliance and help to gently push open doors that talking alone could not tackle."
  • Pam Fisher, Dance Movement Psychotherapist in private practice

    Jennifer Guest has created a practical, theoretically grounded book for practitioners to stimulate and support clients' self-exploration and discovery. This book will be a useful addition to your resources if you integrate creative/visual arts in practice.
  • Dr Philippa Grace, University of Manchester, Department of Educational and Child Psychology, Mental Health Matters in Bradford Schools Co-ordinator

    This attractive and accessible resource offers a rare blend of useful resources within a clear theoretical framework. It will be useful across many therapeutic and 'skilled helping' contexts, including schools, and I plan to introduce it to Mental Health Champions in Bradford Schools.