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The way in which the burdens and the shoulders are depicted will assist in assessing the strength of the burdens as well as the strength of the individual. Questions to ponder may include: 1. the amount of burdens represented 2. the size of the burdens versus the size of the shoulders 3. the size of the shoulders; strong shoulders, for example, might indicate a greater ability to carry a larger load than narrowly drawn shoulders. Goals include exploring methods of dealing with one’s problems and responsibilities.
They are asked to think about the person’s attitude and personality when approaching this task. Discussion/Goals: Discussion focuses on the similarities and differences between how we see ourselves and how others see us. One’s attitude and self-esteem may be explored. Goals include exploration of self and connecting with peers. Relationships I 2 Materials: Pre-drawn figures, markers, crayons, pastels, pencils, pens, drawing paper. Procedure: Group members are provided with a large stick figure (approximately 8”×10”).
It is their first time doing this. The count down is on… 5, 4, 3, 2… now ask participants to draw what happens next. ). The drawing and associations to it may be used to explore how clients take on new challenges. Coping skills are emphasized. Clouds I Materials: Drawing paper, pastels, crayons, markers. Procedure: Draw a maze of clouds. Include what might be in and/or at the end of the maze. You may or may not include yourself in the picture. ). Participants will relate the cloud maze to their life maze.