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Therapy To Go: Gourmet Fast Food Handouts for Working with Child, Adolescent and Family Clients

by Clare Rosoman Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Pub Date:
08/2008
ISBN:
9781843106432
Format:
Pbk 256 pages
Price:
AU$63.00 NZ$66.09
Product Status: In Stock Now
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This collection of handouts provides a wide range of ready-made activities for all kinds of therapists working on a professional level with child and adolescent clients and their families.

There are activities in this book suitable for any therapist, whether trained as a counsellor, psychologist, social worker, family or child therapist, psychiatrist or psychotherapist. The handouts provide creative approaches to a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety, anger, depression and family issues, and the age-range appropriate to each activity is indicated on the handouts. Fully photocopiable, the tools can be used to complement or expand upon a young client's treatment plan by selecting the activities that will help them best to meet their therapeutic goals.

Just like fast food, this convenient set of therapy tools will be invaluable in saving time for the busy therapist. There is also a companion volume, Therapy To Go: Gourmet Fast Food Handouts for Working with Adult Clients.

Appetisers.; 0.1 How to Use this Book.; 0.2 Why Worksheets?; 0.3 Clinical Issues.; 0.4 About the Author.; 0.5 Acknowledgements. Starters.; Section 1: Getting Started.; 1.1 Rapport Building.; 1.2 Boundaries and Goals for Therapy.; 1.3 Unfolding the Story.; Section 2: Therapy Basics.; 2.1 Exploring and Expressing Feelings.; 2.2 Monitoring.; 2.3 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.; 2.4 Emotional Regulation.; 2.5 Goal Setting.; 2.6 Problem solving. Main Course.; Section 3: Anxiety Issues.; 3.1 Psychoeducation and Increasing Awareness.; 3.2 Anxiety Reduction Strategies.; 3.3 Cognitive and Behavioural Strategies for Anxiety.; Section 4: Depressive Issues.; 4.1 Psychoeducation.; 4.2 Behavioural Strategies for Depression.; 4.3 Cognitive Strategies for Depression.; Section 5: Anger Issues.; 5.1 Psychoeducation.; 5.2 Motivation for Managing Anger.; 5.3 Anger Management Strategies.; Section 6: Communication Skills.; 6.1 Friendships.; 6.2 Assertiveness.; 6.3 Safety and Empowerment. Dessert.; Section 7: Family Issues.; 7.1 Family Story.; 7.2 Connectedness.; 7.3 Parenting.; 7.4 Family Problem Solving.; Section 8: Resilience.; 8.1 Building Self-Esteem.; 8.2 Body Image.; 8.3 Staying On Track.; Index.

The book provides creative ways to explore a wide-range of general therapeutic issues and specific problems... The best feature of this book is that it contains such a vast range of photocopiable resources in a single place. The topics covered are so wide-ranging that it would take a busy therapist a considerable time to develop a similar set of resources of their own.
Clare Rosoman is a clinical psychologist currently managing a large not-for-profit psychology clinic in Queensland, Australia.
She is also a consultant at Griffith University as a supervisor of post-graduate clinical psychology students in their work with
clients. Dr Rosoman has previously worked in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, private practice, schools and
universities, and has published several papers in the area of children’s social functioning and antisocial behaviour.