See My Pain: Creative Strategies and Activities for Helping People Who Self-Injure

Publisher:Youthlight, Inc
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This book provides a collection of strategies and activities to help children and adolescents who deliberately self-injure. A variety of hands-on creative arts approaches are featured that can be used in private practice and school settings. When working with youth who self-injure it is helpful to have a variety of creative approaches at your fingertips. The approaches and activities in this book can be used with individuals or with a small group. The activities help children/adolescents to express their feelings understand why they self-injure engage in a healing process explore new methods of coping and prevention and find new meaning and purpose in their lives.

The book provides a description of self-injury in young people and its underlying causes. Then an overview of therapeutic approaches is presented along with suggestions for the professional counselor/social worker/psychologist teachers and parents. Sample assessment questions and activities are included.

The following 15 strategies with activities and reproducibles are listed below:

Crucial Communication Skills Creative Journaling Personal Strength Coaching Relaxation/Guided Imagery Visual Arts Metaphors Sand Tray Music Story Telling Tactile Diversion Creative Dramatics Animals and Nature Prayer Power Mentoring Clay

Paperback, 128 pages, ISBN: 9781598501254

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Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 9781598501254
Page count: 128
Recommended Ages: Ages 10 through 17
Grade Level: Grades 5 through 12
Printed in: USA
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