Beautifully designed with uplifting photographs from nature, the 21-Day Journal includes an introduction and a foundation for beginning your journey from New York Times bestselling author and self-development mentor Ilchi Lee. His encouraging quotes are scattered throughout, and there are extra blank pages in the back to provide plenty of space for recording your own inspiration.
“What if the struggle you are experiencing is a representation of interpersonal strength?” Janina Scarlet incorporates super heroes & other pop culture figures into evidence-based therapy to help the reader recover from villains like depression, anxiety, shame, & PTSD. The illustrations created by Wellinton Alves, a Marvel & DC Comics illustrator beautifully complement the text. This resource is a must have to teach readers how to conquer their inner monsters, explore their unique superpowers, and become Superheros. The book is highly recommended for teens and adults. I think it could easily be adapted for younger children as well.
Have you ever felt “stuck” when working with a child or adolescent client? What interventions are most helpful when working with resistant clients?
Cathy Malchiodi & David Crenshaw have garnered child and adolescent experts to help novice as well as seasoned clinicians understand and work through such impasses. Contributing experts Bruce Perry, Richard Gaskill, Steven Porges and Theresa Kestly explain the neurobiological effects of trauma, and how they manifest in the body when children “clam up.”
Child & adolescent experts including Anne Stewart, Lennis Echterling, Rise VanFleet, Nancy Boyd Webb, the editors and others provide a plethora of creative evidence based interventions using play, art, movement, and animal-assisted therapies to help children “self regulate” and feel safe. This book is part of the Creative Arts & Play Therapy Series.