Product Number : W-269
Let's Talk Coloring Books
by Jean Mundy, Ph.D.; illustrated by Sally Bell, M.A., M.S.
This series of four coloring books makes it easier to interview and treat troubled children. Especially helpful in dealing with difficult subjects such as child sexual abuse, these appealing coloring books encourage expressionwithout leading the child.
Appropriate for use with 4-to 9-year-olds or any child who likes to draw, these coloring books address different aspects of the child's life: School, Family, and Self. the drawings in each book are designed to pull for central childhood themes. They encourage expression, helping children reveal problems, sexual abuse, or trauma they may have experienced. As the child colors a picture, he or she can be asked to make up a story about it or comment on it. The coloring books also include several pages on which children can produce drawings on their own.
An accompanying Manual provides four sets of questions--one for each coloring book--which the therapist can use to encourage communication and establish rapport. The Manual also includes basic interpretive guidelines.
These engaging coloring books can be used by counselors, therapists, social workers, and teachers to help children express troubling concerns.
Kit includes 2 of each of the four Coloring Books described above; 1 Manual; 1 Box of Crayons.
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