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This guidebook provides you with a foundational understanding of motivation including the sources, influences, and obstacles to motivation. You will also learn how to help clients improve their level of motivation and more importantly how to make a plan to develop motivation.
Motivation can help explain important human experiences such as:
- desire for intimacy
- fostering talent and creativity
- developing interests
- making plans
- setting goals
- maladaptive behaviours
- changing behaviours
Therapists can help clients develop the motivation to create a positive effect on their life. The primary focus in this workbook is to help your client understand the impact of motivation, how it is developed, the obstacles to developing motivation, and the improvements that can be made.
From this guidebook, therapists can help clients create a plan to foster an activated level of motivation despite internal and external influences that may otherwise negatively impact motivation.
As a therapist you can work with your client to develop motivation for two primary reasons:
- Helping your client develop the motivation to overcome obstacles and setbacks in life. eg. trauma, depression, addiction etc.
- Helping your client develop the motivation to achieve positive goals and achievements in life. eg. developing skills in public speaking, undertaking a career change etc.
Included in this guidebook are 28 art therapy exercises that you can use with your client to explore the many facets of motivation and key themes of this guidebook.
This guidebook is direct and easy to understand. The materials presented in the guidebook are written based on current scientific literature available.
Included in the guidebook is a comprehensive reference list of publications that were used to guide the content of this workbook.
The main guidebook contains all 28 art therapy exercises detailed throughout the content. You will also receive a supplementary download that collates all 28 art therapy exercises in one document.
The contents of this guidebook include:
- Workbook purpose
- Scope of therapy
- Privacy and confidentiality
INTRODUCTION TO MOTIVATION
- Theory of motivation
- Change is required
- Measuring motivation
- Characteristics of motivation
SOURCES OF MOTIVATION
- Internal factors
- External factors
INFLUENCES ON MOTIVATION
- Interpersonal relationships
- Social and cultural
OBSTACLES TO MOTIVATION
- Resistance and Avoidance
- Learned helplessness
- Understanding problem-solving
- What is my why?
- Making the commitment
- Developing confidence to change
A PLAN FOR MOTIVATION
- Where you are
- Managing the journey
- Setting goals
- Short term
- Long term
- Where to start
ART THERAPY EXERCISES
- 28 Art Therapy Exercises
GUIDEBOOK REFERENCE LIST
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