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Procedure: Ask clients to draw someone in their life with whom they want to improve their relationship. Discussion/Goals: Discussion may focus on problematic relationships, connections, unfinished life business, wants and needs. Healthy and effective methods of relating to others may be examined. Personal Brochure Materials: Drawing paper, markers, crayons, pastels, brightly colored construction paper. DRAWING 33 Procedure: Have clients fold the paper in threes (like a tri-fold brochure). Instruct clients to decorate the front flap with their name and a design that represents them in some way.
Goals include identifying methods to gain control of one’s life. DRAWING 61 The Fall Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, crayons, markers. Procedure: Have clients imagine they are walking down a tree-lined street and fall because of a bump in the cement. No one is in sight. It is difficult to get up so they need to be resourceful. Direct clients to draw the way in which they attempt to get up. Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on how clients choose to help themselves (or if they choose to help themselves).
Discussion may include how clients have handled previous situations, are handling their present situation, and thoughts about the future. Coping skills will be explored. Lost and Found Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, crayons, markers. Procedure: Ask group members to fold their paper in half. On one side of the paper ask clients to draw something in life they have lost. On the other side of the paper ask them to draw something in life they have found. Examples might include: losing a friend but finding a husband, losing a job but finding a new profession.