- Includes 62 elegantly designed client handouts that provide information in a clear, user–friendly format
- Ideal for use in waiting rooms, at presentations, or as newsletters to help you inform clients and market your practice
- Enclosed CD–ROM contains all of the handouts that you can print out and distribute to your clients
Help educate your couples and families on a variety of mental health topics
The Couples and Family Client Education Handout Planner provides you with an array of ready–to–use handouts designed to educate your clients on a variety of issues and concerns related to their mental health and personal growth. This easy–to–use sourcebook features:
- 62 fact–filled handouts on various psychological and emotional disorders and life skills techniques
- Listings of resources where clients can go for reliable, in–depth information
- Handouts that provide educational information on a wide variety of mental health issues affecting couples and families, including addiction, depression, parent/teen conflicts, financial stress, separation and divorce, and many others
- A CD–ROM that contains handouts in a PDF format allowing you to easily print out and distribute them to suit you, your clients’, and your practice’s unique style and needs
Planners® Series Preface.
SECTION I: PROBLEM–FOCUSED HANDOUTS.
Addiction and the Family.
Conflicts over Sexual Orientation.
Coping with the Absence of a Family Member.
Dealing with Common Adoption Issues.
A Death in the Family.
Depression Symptoms and Causes.
Depression Treatment and Prevention.
Disillusionment with a Relationship.
The Emotional Impact of Separation and Divorce.
Family Business Conflicts.
Female Sexual Dysfunction.
Helping a Child Recover from Sexual Abuse.
How to Build Family Cohesiveness.
Impulse Control Disorders.
Living with Serious Illness.
Male Sexual Dysfunction.
Managing Family Conflict.
Managing Work Stress.
Multicultural Family Issues.
Multiple Birth Challenges.
Navigating Life Transitions.
Navigating Your Midlife Crisis.
Recovering from Infidelity.
Relationship Counseling with One Partner.
Resolving Disagreements about Family Activities.
Resolving Parent/Teen Conflicts.
Resolving Religious and Spiritual Differences.
Setting Healthy Boundaries.
Stopping Emotional Abuse.
Stopping Physical Abuse.
Too Many Activities
An Unexpected Pregnancy.
Work/Home Role Strain.
SECTION II: LIFE SKILLS HANDOUTS.
Bringing a Damaged Relationship Back to Life.
Building People Skills.
The Challenges and Opportunities of the Empty Nest.
Expressing Your Feelings Responsibly.
How to Express Affection and Love.
How to Go On with Your Life after the Death of Your Spouse.
How to Help the Family Respond When Dad or Mom Loses a Job.
How to Recover from a Pregnancy Loss.
How to Recover from a Romantic Breakup.
How to Revitalize Your Marriage When the Excitement Has Been Lost.
Listening with Empathy.
A Moving Experience: Dealing with the Relocation Blues.
Starting Over after Your Divorce.
Teamwork Skills for Families.
Understanding and Accepting Personality Differences.
When a Family Member s Illness Creates Stress in the Family.
Why Can t We Get Along?
Helpful Books and Web Sites.