By Judith Belmont
Fill your healing toolbox with cutting edge, experiential workouts to reinforce any crew! Judith Belmont, M.S., has amassed this choice of The healing Toolbox: 103 team actions and T.I.P.S. (Treatment principles and useful innovations) from greater than 30 years of medical event coupled along with her ardour for hands-on psychological health schooling. those easy and universally correct how one can routines are neatly spiral sure so that you can simply make copies to your consumers. all of the suggestions are geared to aiding individuals take a proactive strategy and adventure swap, not only discuss it. in the T.I.P.S. procedure, all the 103 actions, handouts or techniques is damaged down even additional into T.I.P.s (Theory, Implementation and Processing). This new angle makes each TIP effortless to appreciate and placed to perform. you'll find blueprints for workforce luck in icebreakers, position performs, mindfulness, pressure resiliency, conversation abilities, imagery, own development, crew cohesiveness and ability development.
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71 Handout: Bully Buttons! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. #42 — Role-Play: The Four Goals of Difficult Behaviors in Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. #43 — Dealing with Difficult Behavior: The Four Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Handout: Goals of Difficult Behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16 ACTIVITY: THE CIRCLE GAME THEORY: It is ideal to begin a group experience with everyone involved. It sets an interactive tone for the group, and this fun activity is a great way for people to connect personally with others in a short period of time. This activity promotes group cohesiveness while offering the opportunity for non-threatening self-disclosure. IMPLEMENTATION: In this exercise there needs to be at least ten people in the group, and it can accommodate up to about 40 if you are conducting a skills training seminar or an in-service teambuilding training.
Friend: You’re much too sensitive. I’m not that late! Facilitator: I guess you’re right. You can see I am upset. I’m just a stickler for time. (putting self down) Friend: Come on, you’re being petty. I was tied up! Facilitator: Sorry, I just kind of like to be on time. ) Friend: You shouldn’t feel that way! Facilitator: I know. I wish I was not such a stickler. Maybe it’s my obsessive compulsiveness showing. HA! (laughing at oneself and labeling oneself) Friend: Okay. I’ll try to be on time next time.
103 Group Activities and Tips by Judith Belmont