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Art Therapy Part 2

Art Therapy Part 2
Counselor Toolbox for Mental Health...

 
 
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This is part 2. Both parts cover:
Summary
• There are endless things you can do with art therapy to:
• Express emotions
• Enhance mindfulness and self-awareness
• Increase happiness
• Improve interpersonal communication
• Enhance fine and gross motor skills
• Develop self-esteem
• Teach teamwork

Art Therapy Part 1

Art Therapy Part 1
Counselor Toolbox for Mental Health...

 
 
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Part 1 and Part 2 teach:
Summary
• There are endless things you can do with art therapy to:
• Express emotions
• Enhance mindfulness and self-awareness
• Increase happiness
• Improve interpersonal communication
• Enhance fine and gross motor skills
• Develop self-esteem
• Teach teamwork

Biopsychosocial Impact of Depression and Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

Biopsychosocial Impact of Depression and Strategies for Prevention and Intervention
Counselor Toolbox for Mental Health...

 
 
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Summary
• Depression is the cluster of symptoms created when there is a neurochemical imbalance in the brain.
• What causes the imbalance can be emotional, cognitive, physical, interpersonal, environmental or some combination of the above.
• Part of the strengths based approach means helping people see what they already are doing to prevent or deal with the symptoms
• Biopsychosocial means
• Examining all causative factors
• Recognizing that all factors are reciprocal in nature.

Assisting Families Through Transitions

Assisting Families Through Transitions
Case Management Toolbox

 
 
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Flower Empower
• A comprehensive approach
• The core of the flower is the clinician-family partnership
• Assess need
• Sustain a caring environment
• Educate
• Identify and link to resources
• The stem symbolizes advocacy activities
• The leaves symbolize vision, values and principles
• The roots feed the flower (partnership):
• Responsibility and accountability
• Recognition of the value of the partnership
• Respect uniqueness
• Resource identification for emerging needs
• Results monitoring

Developing Positive Self-Talk in People of All Ages

Developing Positive Self-Talk in People of All Ages
Counselor Toolbox for Mental Health...

 
 
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Summary
– Positive self talk helps you feel empowered and good about being the best you that you can be.
– Feelings of empowerment reduce feelings of helplessness and hopelessness and can protect against depression, anxiety and a host of stress related illnesses.
– Positive self-talk does not mean ignoring the negative it means
– Embracing the good with the bad
– Learning to evaluate situations objectively
– Seeing failure (or the potential for failure) as a learning opportunity
– Fully recognizing your strengths and capabilities