By Arthur E. Jongsma, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis

As a therapist, i've got used this workbook with either adolescent and grownup consumers, and feature chanced on it worthy for either populations. The e-book comprises a few very precious handouts that may be used in the course of consultation or for homework in among periods. many of the handouts are for the customer, and there are few for fogeys of the adolescent buyer. such a lot of them can be utilized with adults, and a few can be utilized with more youthful childrens who've larger analyzing degrees. i admire how the booklet got here with a CD-rom which will open and print every one handout; it enables you to delete and upload issues to the handout. i might suggest this to any therapist that loves to comprise handouts and actions into their paintings with consumers.

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A ANGER CHECKLIST PARENT FORM One of the first steps in learning to control your anger is to identify the issues or events that cause you to feel angry. The following is a list of stressful events or issues that may cause your son or daughter to become angry. Please review the list and rank-order the top five issues or events that you feel cause your son/daughter to experience the most anger. Place the number 1 in front of the event or issue that you feel causes your son/daughter the most anger.

D. 2. Which of the pros is the most important factor for you? Explain briefly. 3. Which of the cons concern you the most? Explain briefly 4. In thinking about searching for birth parents, questions about your adoptive parents usually arise. What thoughts, concerns, worries, and so on, do you have regarding your adoptive parents? B 5. How do you think this search will affect your relationship with your adoptive parents? 6. What do you think their response to your search will be? ) Concerned Supportive Helpful Other Worried Accepting Threatened Protective Fearful Sad 7.

A C. What are their homes like? D. What kind of jobs do they have? Mom Dad E. How much money do they make? F. How many brothers and sisters (or half-siblings) do you have? What are they like? G. Who of your two birth parents do you think you most resemble? What are the ways you see yourself resembling that parent? H. What thoughts have your birth parents had about you? How do you think they will include you in their family/lives? I. On a separate piece of paper, draw a picture of your birth parents and/or birth family, including yourself in the picture.

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