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 Arts Activities for Children and Young People in Need

Arts Activities for Children and Young People in Need

Helping Children to Develop Mindfulness, Spiritual Awareness and Self-Esteem

Diana Coholic

Quick Overview

This book offers interventions and exercises drawn from practice and research, for practitioners to use as a basis for their own arts-based groups or one-to-one sessions. It is accessible and suitable for helping, health and education practitioners and students from a variety of disciplines, such as social work, psychology and counselling.
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Paperback / softback
2010, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 192pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-001-2
£19.99
Ebook
2010, ePUB, 192pp
ISBN: 978-0-85700-368-3
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£19.99

Description

Art-based activities can develop resilience and self-esteem, enabling children in need to cope better with ongoing stress and loss. Arts Activities for Children and Young People in Need offers interventions and exercises drawn from practice and research, for practitioners to use as a basis for their own arts-based groups or one-to-one sessions.

Holistic arts activities facilitate a spiritually sensitive approach. Mindfulness-based exercises underpin the approach, and include guided meditations in which a group imagines that they are clouds, or draw feelings and emotions while listening to music, to encourage awareness of the senses. The activities help the group to relax and become more self-aware, encourage an exploration of feelings, values and understanding and are beneficial for children not ready to embrace traditional therapies or counselling.

This book is accessible and suitable for helping, health and education practitioners and students from a variety of disciplines, such as social work, psychology and counselling.

Reviews

'The book describes many techniques for the purpose of drawing out feelings. Participants are helped to recognise the value of choices, enabling them to act on thoughts rather than impulse with negative consequences...I recommend this book for its thoughtful approach, holistic philosophy, and the variety of easily accessible techniques.'
- Dramatherapy, Joan Moore

Authors

By (author): Diana Coholic