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Raising Self-Esteem in Adults

Raising Self-Esteem in Adults

An Eclectic Approach with Art Therapy, CBT and DBT Based Techniques

Susan I. Buchalter

Quick Overview

A rich assortment of 284 exercises grounded in evidence-based principles of art therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, to suit a variety of clientele, including those suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, all designed to raise self-esteem – a crucial foundation of wellness.
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Paperback / softback
2014, 8.98in x 6.14in / 228mm x 156mm, 288pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-966-4
CA$31.95
Ebook
2014, ePUB, 288pp
ISBN: 978-0-85700-821-3
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CA$31.95

Description

Self-esteem is the building block of therapy and wellness and is crucial in overcoming depression and anxiety and in leading a fulfilling, functional life.

Filled with hundreds of practical activities to help clients build their self-esteem as they become increasingly mindful and self-aware, this book contains a rich assortment of approaches from art therapy, dialectical behavioral and cognitive behavioral therapy. The innovative and established methods examined in the book are based on sound, evidence-based techniques, illustrated with real client experiences, to help therapists gain a greater understanding of how the approaches take effect.

This is an essential resource of activities for all art therapists, as well as counsellors, psychologists, other mental health professionals and social workers interested in using art therapy techniques in their work. It is appropriate for use with a wide variety of clients and patients, including those suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Reviews

'Susan Buchalter's book offers art therapists a broad range of practical exercises and techniques for enhancing self-esteem in adults. Practitioners may find this book a useful resource, particularly when applied alongside more directive approaches such as CBT and DBT.'
- Debbie Michaels, HCPC Registered Art Psychotherapist and Associate Lecturer, Art Therapy Northern Programme

Authors

By (author): Susan Buchalter