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

Support your adolescent consumers advance the talents they should paintings via their problemsThe Adolescent Psychotherapy Homework Planner II offers you an array of ready-to-use, between-session assignments designed to slot nearly each healing mode.This easy-to-use sourcebook gains: seventy two ready-to-copy routines overlaying the commonest matters encountered via adolescent consumers A quick-reference format-the interactive assignments are grouped by way of behavioral challenge, akin to anger administration, combined relations conflicts, low vainness, chemical dependence, consuming problems, sexual performing out, adoption matters, and extra Assignments which are cross-referenced to The Adolescent Psychotherapy therapy Planner, 3rd Edition—so you could speedy determine the fitting workout for a given state of affairs or behavioral challenge A CD-ROM that includes the entire routines in a word-processing format—allowing you to customise them to fit you and your consumers' detailed kinds and wishes

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Circle the word that describes how open you have been with your child regarding information you had about his/her birth parents. | Totally | Quite | | Somewhat | A little Closed 3. Circle the feelings you experienced when your child made it clear he/she would like to look for birth parents. Anxious Relieved Worried Other Sad Hurt Concerned Rejection Unimportant Distant Excited Hopeful Abandoned 4. In your opinion, what is the degree of his/her readiness to undertake this search? ) | Completely | Quite | Somewhat | A little | Unprepared 5.

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. Next, rank the second through fifth most common factors that cause him/her to become angry. If there are other key issues or factors that are not included in the list, please record them in the spaces provided at the end of the list after Other.

1. Circle all the feelings you are experiencing in connection with searching for your birth parent(s). Fearful Cautious Mad Other Excited Curious Uneasy Worried Unsure Anxious Eager Guilty Comfortable 2. Select one or two from your choices that you feel most often and explain each: Feeling Why 3. Recall any dreams you’ve had about your birth parents and answer the following questions: A. What do they look like? ) Mom Dad B. A C. What are their homes like? D. What kind of jobs do they have? Mom Dad E.

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