By Arthur E. Jongsma, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis
As a therapist, i've got used this workbook with either adolescent and grownup consumers, and feature came upon it important for either populations. The e-book comprises a few very important handouts that may be used in the course of consultation or for homework in among classes. lots of the handouts are for the customer, and there are few for fogeys of the adolescent customer. such a lot of them can be utilized with adults, and a few can be utilized with more youthful childrens who've larger examining degrees. i like how the e-book got here with a CD-rom so one can open and print each one handout; it lets you delete and upload issues to the handout. i'd suggest this to any therapist that loves to contain handouts and actions into their paintings with consumers.
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I would like: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Just to meet them See once in a while Get to know them a little then decide Regular contact A close relationship Unsure B. What is your level of hope in successfully making face-to-face contact with your birth parents. ) | Very Hopeful | Quite | | Somewhat | Little Not at All Hopeful C. ) Crushed Relieved Frustrated Sad Hurt Cheated Rejected Unloved Angry Alone Depressed Worthless 11. ) | Eager to do it. Explain 22 | Do not want to do it. Therapist’s Overview MY CHILD’S SEARCH FOR BIRTH PARENTS GOALS OF THE EXERCISE 1.
Identify and explore the key issues involved in a search for birth parents. 2. Attain the knowledge to make an informed decision to search or not to search for birth parents. 3. Arrive at a decision regarding whether or not to search for birth parents. 4. Tell adopted parents of the decision to search for birth parents. ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS FOR WHICH THIS EXERCISE MAY BE MOST USEFUL • None SUGGESTIONS FOR PROCESSING THIS EXERCISE WITH THE CLIENT Each question in this exercise is designed to open avenues for greater discussion of the issues surrounding whether a child should search for his/her birth parents.
Please review the list and place a checkmark next to the ways that you show your anger. Add any other unique ways that you may show your anger in the spaces provided at the end of the list. Feel free to ask other people how they see you showing your anger, if you are having trouble completing this checklist. Muscles tighten in head/neck area Muscles tighten in chest/stomach area Heart rate increases Clenched fists Clenching or gritting of teeth Face turns red or feels hot Sweating Angry gestures Shaking fists Throwing or breaking objects Hitting or punching Kicking Shoving or pushing Yelling or screaming Cursing or swearing Sarcastic remarks Name calling Put downs or critical remarks about other person(s) Demanding that others meet your needs Teasing Talking back disrespectfully Refusing to do something Crying Deliberate forgetfulness Passively or quietly refusing to do something Spitting Other Other Next, review the items you’ve checked and circle the ones that show your early signs of anger.