Expressive Writing Level 2 Workbook

Instructional strands include Mechanics, Sentence Writing, Paragraph and Story Writing, and Editing, making the program an ideal solution for students who: Have trouble getting started Have problems knowing when to capitalize and punctuate ...

Author: McGraw-Hill

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 0076035905

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

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Help poor writers improve their skills with Expressive Writing, an easy-to-use approach to teaching the basics of good writing. Expressive Writing focuses on the writing and the editing of basic sentences, paragraphs, and stories. Instructional strands include Mechanics, Sentence Writing, Paragraph and Story Writing, and Editing, making the program an ideal solution for students who: Have trouble getting started Have problems knowing when to capitalize and punctuate Omit important parts of the story Write incomplete sentences Ignore paragraph structure Edit ineffectively or not at all

Instructional Practices for Students with Behavioral Disorders

Teacher materials: A spiral-bound presentation book and blackline masters of ... Description: Expressive Writing 1 and 2 are supplementary intervention ...

Author: J. Ron Nelson

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462515066

Category: Education

Page: 189

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Presenting a broad range of instructional programs and practices that are proven effective for students with behavioral disorders, this is the first resource of its kind for K–3 teachers and special educators. Described are clear-cut strategies for promoting mastery and fluency in early reading, writing, and math, while tailoring instruction to each student's needs. Grounded in a three-tiered response-to-intervention framework that facilitates data-based assessment, decision making, and progress monitoring, the book includes helpful examples and reproducibles. A special chapter outlines instructional management procedures for enhancing student engagement and promoting positive behavior.

Using Workbooks in Mental Health

Hughes (1985), for example,traced a classification of writingtoits ... 2000), to(2) expressive writing focused on a single topic,as in autobiography, ...

Author: Luciano L'Abate

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317719328

Category: Social Science

Page: 432

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The use of workbooks in therapy might represent one of the biggest breakthroughs that has occurred in decades. Using Workbooks in Mental Health: Resources in Prevention, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation for Clinicians and Researchers examines the effectiveness of mental health workbooks designed to address problems ranging from dementia and depression to addiction, spousal abuse, eating disorders, and more. Compiled by Dr. Luciano L’Abate, a leading authority on mental health workbooks, this resource will help clinicians and researchers become aware of the supportive evidence for the use of workbooks. Using Workbooks in Mental Health examines workbooks designed to specifically help: clients affected by dementia or depression abused women gambling addicts women who have substance-abuse addictions incarcerated felons couples preparing for marriage children with school refusal disorder and more! An essential reference for mental health professionals, graduate students, administrators, and researchers, Using Workbooks in Mental Health also explores the role of workbooks in psychological intervention over the past decade. Although workbooks are not yet part of the mainstream of psychological intervention, they are growing in popularity as their many advantages are recognized. They are easy to use by almost any client, they are cost-effective to both therapist and client in terms of money and time, they provide therapists with written assignments to use as homework for individuals, couples, and families, and they can be used in any setting, especially in computer-assisted offline or online interventions. In addition, this book shows how workbooks can be used to administer therapy to previously unreachable clients such as: people who are reluctant to talk to an authoritative figure or a stranger people who cannot afford face-to-face treatments incarcerated offenders who have not been helped by talk therapies Internet users who are searching for help via computer rather than in person

Kaplan and Sadock s Concise Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Although children with mixed receptive - expressive language disorder and expressive ... These problems continued through grade 2 , despite some in - school ...

Author: Benjamin J. Sadock

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 0781793874

Category: Medical

Page: 236

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This book presents updated clinical material on child and adolescent psychiatry from the best-selling Kaplan and Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry, Tenth Edition. Coverage includes clinically relevant information on normal and abnormal development; examination; neuroimaging; learning, communication and behavioral disorders; adolescent substance abuse; forensic issues; and the spectrum of psychiatric problems such as depression and bipolar disorders. Treatment chapters include a broad range of psychopharmacotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic techniques, and the many controversies related to appropriate use of medication in children are addressed. The book is DSM-IV-TR compatible and replete with case studies and tables, including DSM-IV-TR tables.

Dramatic Psychological Storytelling

Cameron has two requirements that continue throughout the book: 'morning pages', a form of daily expressive writing and 'the artist date'.

Author: R. Allen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230800557

Category: Psychology

Page: 254

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This book presents a seven-step model for insight and change using the action method, Psychotheatrics, which uses the expressive arts to transform the storytelling experience into a phenomenological framework for depicting challenges, strategies and outcomes resulting in the dynamic illustration of inter-subjective meaning.

Grammar Workbook With Creative Writing 2

Controlled vocabulary suitable for each level of achievement is used to encourage independent work by the students . • The pictorial exercises are designed ...

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Publisher: Allied Publishers

ISBN: 9798177648217

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Resources in Education

job , preservice teachers have a sense of writing for an audience and ... Chapters in the book are : ( 1 ) On Being Smart , Clever , and Intelligent ; ( 2 ) ...

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ISBN: PSU:000068697648

Category: Education

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Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychology

Expressive writing was also difficult for him. ... used to functioning at a low level of efficiency and energy, because of mild, chronic depression, (2) was ...

Author: Joel E. Morgan

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781134981984

Category: Psychology

Page: 1064

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Containing 50 chapters by some of the most prominent clinical neuropsychologists, the Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychology sets a new standard in the field in its scope, breadth, and scholarship. Unlike most other books in neuropsychology, the Textbook is organized primarily around syndromes, disorders, and related clinical phenomena. Written for the clinician at all levels of training, from the beginner to the journeyman, the Textbook presents contemporary clinical neuropsychology in a comprehensive volume. Chapters are rich with reviews of the literature and clinical case material spanning a range from pediatric to adult and geriatric disorders. Chapter authors are among the most respected in their field, leaders of American Neuropsychology, known for their scholarship and professional leadership. Rarely have so many distinguished members of one discipline been in one volume. This is essential reading for students of neuropsychology, and all others preparing for careers in the field.

Treating Traumatic Stress in Adults

The Practitioner's Expressive Writing Workbook Stephanie Field, Kathy McCloskey ... free-flowing writing skills while still providing a level of structure.

Author: Stephanie Field

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317487852

Category: Psychology

Page: 150

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Treating Traumatic Stress in Adults is a resource for therapists of all disciplines for use in the treatment of adults suffering from post-traumatic stress. By reading this unique synthesization of information on the most current trauma treatments and expressive writing exercises, practitioners will gain an integrative and practical set of tools for treating post-traumatic stress. Also included are numerous diverse case vignettes, exercises for building trust in the patient/client relationship, and sections dedicated to exploring the client’s thought patterns and emotions to provide an opportunity for exposure, healing, and restructuring maladaptive beliefs.

Distance Writing and Computer assisted Interventions in Psychiatry and Mental Health

It can be: ( 1 ) open-ended ("Write whatever comes into your mind") as in a diary or journal; (2) focused ("Write about your depression for 30 minutes every ...

Author: Luciano L'Abate

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 1567505252

Category: Psychology

Page: 236

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An introduction to the newly discovered "writing cure" that represents an evolutionary, if not a paradigmatic shift in how mental health services will be delivered in this century.

Super Minds Level 2 Teacher s Book

The clear and expressive illustrations invite the students to follow as they listen, and inspire them to act out the story with real emotion later in the ...

Author: Melanie Williams

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521219570

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 250

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Super Minds is a seven-level course for young learners. This exciting seven-level course enhances your students' thinking skills, sharpening their memory and improving their concentration along with their language skills. Super Minds develops creativity with visualisation exercises and art and craft activities, explores social values with lively stories and encourages cross-curricular thinking with fascinating 'English for school' sections. For ease of use, this Level 2 Teacher's Book is interleaved with pages from the Student's Book. It includes detailed lesson aims, clear instructions and a vast array of extra activities.

Making Race Visible

She is currently writing a book on sociocultural and equity aspects of reading ... Hollie Jones is currently a level 2 doctoral student in the social ...

Author: Stuart Greene

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 0807743917

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 220

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Grounded in classroom experiences, this volume opens new territory on a critical but rarely addressed topic, the intersection of race with literacy research and practice.

Integrative Medicine E Book

2. Using pen, pencil, or computer, write about an upsetting or troubling experience in your life, something that has affected you deeply and that you have ...

Author: David Rakel

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781455725038

Category: Medical

Page: 1072

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Integrative Medicine, by Dr. David Rakel, provides the practical, evidence-based guidance you need to safely and effectively integrate complementary and alternative medical treatments into your practice. This medical reference book lays the framework for making the best use of these therapeutic modalities and understanding the mechanisms by which these interventions work, keeping you at the forefront of the trend toward integrative health care. Incorporate therapeutic integrative medicine modalities into clinical practice through the "Tools for Your Practice" section that offers how-to application for recommending mediation, prescribing probiotics, and how to do an elimination diet. Apply integrative treatments for a full range of diseases and conditions including autism, stroke, chronic fatigue syndrome, and various forms of cancer...see how to advise patients on health maintenance and wellness...and get valuable advice on topics such as meditation, diet, and exercises for back pain. Avoid potential complications with recommended dosages and precautions. Enhance patient care with therapy-based guidance and printable patient education guides. Implement proven integrative treatments for various diseases thanks to an evidence-based therapeutic approach. Weigh the likely effectiveness of various treatments vs. their potential harm with helpful icons based on the SORT (Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy) method. Validate potential interventions through the latest research in genomics and advanced imaging technologies, such as MRI.

Overcoming Compassion Fatigue

A Practical Resilience Workbook Martha Teater, MA, LMFT, LPC, LCAS, John Ludgate, ... 1 2 3 4 5 Overall, I have been able to find a satisfactory level of ...

Author: Martha Teater, MA, LMFT, LPC, LCAS

Publisher: PESI Publishing & Media

ISBN: 9781937661441

Category: Psychology

Page: 140

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Overcoming Compassion Fatigue is a fresh workbook approach to effectively handle the inherent exhaustion, burnout and stress professionals naturally face when working with those in pain and distress. Written by two practicing clinicians experienced in compassion fatigue and CBT, this manual will equip you with practical tools to manage your work and minimize your risk of personal harm. Expertly weaved with personal experiences, assessment tools, proven interventions, and prevention strategies. You’ll take away: · Self-assessment measures to determine your level of risk · CBT skills to overcome distress · Worksheets and exercises to equip you to make powerful changes · Strategies to change your workplace · Practical, personalized self-care planning tools Reviews: "Martha and John have put together a practical, practitioner-friendly workbook that addresses compassion fatigue with understanding and caring. They offer evidence based clinical tools reflecting behavioral, cognitive as well as mindfulness exercises in addition to assessment strategies that can be used to facilitate resilience. I highly recommend this resource to ensure professional competency." -- Robert J. Berchick, PhD, ABPP, Board Certified in Cognitive Behavioral Psychology, Perelman School of Medicine, Academy of Cognitive Therapy Certified CBT Consultant "This is an excellent book that addresses an important and timely topic for anyone working in the helping profession. It is well written and engaging and provides assessment measures and helpful exercises that are invaluable to the reader. I highly recommend to anyone who is a care provider." -- Frank M. Dattilio, Ph.D., ABPP, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School "Overcoming Compassion Fatigue offers invaluable resources that will benefit all practitioners - rookies and veterans alike. This well-researched workbook is filled with practical self-assessment tools and concrete strategies for detection, intervention and prevention. Integrating CBT techniques provides a unique and very hands-on approach to managing compassion fatigue and related of caregiver." -- Fraçoise Mathieu, author of The Compassion Fatigue Workbook: Creative Tools for Transforming Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Traumatization

Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology Textbook for Multidisciplinary Care

Based in part on Pennebaker's expressive writing disclosure task, this intervention consists of 10 ... “Onco-STEP” includes two essential treatment modules, ...

Author: Annah N. Abrams

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319213743

Category: Medical

Page: 409

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This textbook walks clinicians through the psychosocial issues and challenges faced by children and adolescents with cancer and their families. Through a developmental lens, the text provides guidance and resources that will enable clinicians to understand the physical and emotional impact of the disease from diagnosis onwards, to work with families in distress, and to diagnose and treat a range of behavioral, psychological, and psychiatric issues. The book also addresses the burgeoning fields of social media, complementary therapies, palliative care, and survivorship. Among the variety of useful resources supplied are assessment tools, websites, and additional reading materials. The psychosocial issues that arise for children and their families during the course of treatment are an important yet often overlooked aspect of pediatric oncology care. The reader will find that Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology: Textbook for Multidisciplinary Care covers these issues at the forefront of clinical care in a direct and approachable way, integrating research literature with practical clinical guidance.

The Routledge International Handbook of Early Literacy Education

Moreover, when children engage in expressive writing, the focus is on correct ... For instance, in 63 per cent of rural schools, grade 2 children were ...

Author: Natalia Kucirkova

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317659204

Category: Education

Page: 392

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The Routledge International Handbook of Early Literacy Education offers a pioneering overview of early literacy provision in different parts of the world and brings together interdisciplinary research evidence on effective literacy teaching to inform current and future practice and policy of early literacy. From the problem of identification of literacy difficulties in a particular learning context to supporting the provision of early literacy through digital media, the handbook deals with the major concerns and newest areas of interest in literacy research. With an international and future vision, it provides an accessible guide to the main debates and future trends in the global field of early literacy, and informs academics, policy-makers, practitioners, educators and students about innovative early literacy research methods and instruction. The three sections and 30 ground-breaking chapters reflect a conceptual framework of questions asked by scholars and educators interested in looking beyond traditional definitions of literacy. Part I provides contemporary insights collected by internationally renowned scholars on what literacy is, and what it can offer to young children in the twenty-first century. Part II is a collection of detailed portraits of 14 countries, regions or language communities, and focuses on early literacy provision, practice and policy from across the world. Part III outlines key interventions and research-endorsed practices designed to support home–school connections and children’s reading and writing skills, as well as vocabulary, phonological awareness and narrative abilities, with examples drawn from various home, school and community environments. All chapters promote discussion, critical analysis and questions for reflection and are written in jargon-free language in an easy-to use themed format. This handbook is an indispensable reference guide for practising teachers and student teachers, especially those undertaking postgraduate qualifications, as well as early literacy researchers, policy-makers and school-based literacy leaders.