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DRAWING 61 The Fall Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, crayons, markers. Procedure: Have clients imagine they are walking down a tree-lined street and fall because of a bump in the cement. No one is in sight. It is difficult to get up so they need to be resourceful. Direct clients to draw the way in which they attempt to get up. Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on how clients choose to help themselves (or if they choose to help themselves). Relate their artwork and associated references to the way they handle their issues and frustrations.
Procedure: Ask clients to fold their paper in half and draw themselves empty on one side of the paper and full on the other side of the paper. g. ). Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on how one views his/her life: Is it complete and fulfilling? Does it need improvement or does the client feel empty, hopeless and discontented? Procedures of finding meaning in life may be explored. Ideal Family Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, markers, crayons. Procedure: Instruct clients to draw the ideal family.
Procedure: Group members are provided with a large stick figure (approximately 8”×10”). ). Then, on the same sheet of paper, clients are instructed to write down the characteristics that they look for in a person with whom they’d like to have a relationship. Lines may be drawn near the figure beforehand to make this easier (even easier if the figure and lines are created using the computer). Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on questions such as: 1. What personality characteristics are important to you?