Digital Download Grades 2-5
Activity-based group counseling. Each activity teaches children to better understand themselves and their behaviors. Included are activities that promote the expression of feelings, help children cope, enhance self-esteem, develop and enhance social skills, and enhance cooperation/teamwork. Includes a section on the meaning of Activity Centered Therapy and guidelines for making the presentation of these activities as beneficial as possible. The easy-to-read charts help the facilitator to evaluate the group’s progress and present the appropriate activities at the appropriate time.
- 9 ACTivities That Promote The Expression of Feelings
- 10 ACTivities That Help Children Cope
- 10 ACTivities That Enhance Self-Esteem
- 6 ACTivities That Enhance Social Skills: Problem-Solving
- 10 ACTivities That Enhance Group Cohesion, Cooperation, and Team Work
Based on the recognized theory of Activity Centered Therapy, the author Susan Ciardiello, Ph.D., LCSW, has used this theory to enhance the social and emotional competency of her students. The program is the result of her interaction with students in small group counseling and the extensive bibliography which cites 46 published resources that give credence to the format and material in this program.
Print version is also available: ACTivities for Group Work with School-Age Children
eBooks and eLessons are non-returnable.
|Format||Digital Download - 3.91 MB, PDF files, zip packaged
|For use with||Small Groups
|Page Count||8.375 X 10.75, 160 Pages, Black & White|
|Author||Susan Ciardiello, Ph.D., LCSW|
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