Friday's Progress Notes - August 7, 1998
Mental Health Information - Vol. 2 Issue 30
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1. Healing and the arts
2. Psychology of hope
3. Filial therapy
4. Using art in counseling children
5. Using art to build trust with teens
6. Helping children express feelings through play, art, and letter writing
7. Art therapy in the schools
8. Helping children deal with anger
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1. C. EVERETT KOOP
Finding Our Way
These stories reveal the experience, wisdom, hopes and fears of teenagers with chronic health conditions and their parents.
2. MONITOR ON PSYCHOLOGY
Pete Seeger and the Psychology of Hope
Pete's credibility seems to transcend politics, philosophy or science. Perhaps, he personifies what can happen when a human being maintains hope in adversity, restructures his thinking and helps those around him to do the same.
3. ERIC DIGEST
By teaching parents the language of play, and how to use play therapeutically, the communication gap between parent and child can be closed.
4. THE BRIDGE ONLINE
Art Therapy with Children – A Window to Their World
A picture is worth a thousand words, especially when it is a picture drawn by a chronically ill, troubled or autistic child.
5. ART THERAPY IN THE CLASSROOM
Art As Healer
The site contains two
articles about art therapy programs in the school setting and at a juvenile detention
6. HEALTH CANADA
Sexual Abuse Counseling
A skilled counselor can help children express their feelings through such things as play, drawing, or letter writing.
7. MAYO CLINIC
Art Therapy for Stress
Art can be a wonderful tool in the use of stress reduction.
8. US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Helping Young Children Deal with Anger
This Digest explores what we know about the components of children's anger, factors contributing to understanding and managing anger, and the ways teachers can guide children's expressions of anger.
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