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Procedure: Instruct clients to create the book cover of their autobiography. Ask them to include the title of the book. Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on the book cover and title, and how both reflect the life of the individual. Group members may be asked about their satisfaction with life and if they have lived up to their potential. Goals include self-awareness, exploring aspirations and self-esteem. Dancing in the Rain Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, crayons, markers. ” Discuss the meaning of the quote and ask clients to draw their interpretation of it.
2. Are you relaxed or out of breath, swallowing water? 3. Are you in warm, wavy, cold, or smooth water? 4. Are you in an ocean, river, lake, pond or swimming pool? DRAWING 5. Is the water dark and gray or clear green or blue? 6. Are you alone or with someone? 7. Are you content or tense, joyful or sad? 8. Are you drawn tiny, small or large, strong or weak? 45 Suggest that clients relate the body of water, the way they are swimming and the way they are feeling in the picture to the way they feel about their life and the way they are handling life’s challenges.
Clients usually share more of themselves when they discuss their prized mementoes. Goals include review of past events, reminiscing and self-awareness. Draw Your Armor Materials: Paper, pastels, crayons, markers. Procedure: Discuss what armor is and how it has been used over the centuries. Then ask clients to draw their armor (what protects them from outside forces). Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on how clients use defenses for specific purposes such as keeping people away, distancing themselves from feelings and getting back to their life.