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Draw on Your Emotions
by Margot Sunderland; illustrated by Philip Engleheart
With Draw on Your Emotions, you can help children and adults express their emotions through drawing. This beautiful spiralbound book contains easy-to-do picture exercises designed to ease the process of talking about feelings. These exercises offer opportunities to rehearse alternative behaviors on paper, in a nonthreatening environment. Activities fall into seven categories: Your Life, Who Are You?, Your Feelings, Things That Can Make Life Difficult, Good Things in Life, Feelings About Places, and Feelings About Other People.
Draw on Your Emotions is an excellent nonverbal counseling tool. And because all activities can be photocopied, you'll use it for years.
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