Counselling Activities Workbook
Handouts and Exercises for Working With People
The goal of counselling is to support people as they move toward their goals of managing themselves, their life issues, and their relationships. For helpers and counsellors, one way to provide this support is to use experiential learning activities to facilitate the development of new insights and skills.
This book contains a wide variety of counselling resources based on an equally diverse range of counselling theories, including cognitive behavioural, narrative, family systems, and mindfulness. The resources are formatted as handouts that can be copied or printed and given to the person you are supporting. Activities include questionnaires, worksheets, reflective exercises, mapping activities, safety plans, and coping strategies. Most of the resources are applicable to many issues, while others have a more specific focus and can be assigned in sequence so that their insights and strategies build on each other.
This workbook is designed for helpers and counsellors to use in the context of a helping relationship, where additional depth and guidance can be provided – it is not a self-help book. By providing multiple resources to draw upon, this book supports helpers and counsellors to feel more confident as they support others.
The activities in this workbook are suitable for working with people 16 years of age and older.
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About the Editor
Wilma Schroeder is trainer and consultant with the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute. She is a family therapist and former mental health nurse, and she holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.