Friday, May 3, 2013

Colored Candy Go Around

by Allison

It can be challenging to engage children in initial therapy sessions. Colored Candy Go Around is a creative way to gather information about the client and their family and begin to open up communication as well as identify goals for therapy. This is an activity can also be used to engage children during initial group sessions. Questions can be easily modified to fit each family or group situation.

Arkell,  Katherine (2010). Published in Assessment and Treatment Activities for Children, Adolescents and Families, Vol 2. Edited by Lowenstein, L.

Kazdin, A. E., Holland, L., & Crowley, M. (1997). Family experience of barriers to treatment and premature termination from child therapy. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 65(3), 453-463.

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