First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Foreword. Introduction. Section 1: Background Information. Experiential Counseling Defined. Experiential Family Counseling Defined. Characteristics of Experiential Family Counseling. Functions of Experiential Activities. General Therapeutic Goals and Principles. Section 2: Setting Up an Experiential Program. Preparing for the Program. The Experiential Counseling Program. Follow-up Strategies. Section 3: Working with Different Age Groups. Special Issues of Young Children in Experiential Family Counseling. Experiential Family Counseling with Adolescents. Section 4: The Counseling Session. Introduction/Review General Program Goals. Physical and Emotional Safety Check. PEEP: The Creation of Safe Space as a Norm in Experiential Family Counseling. The PEEP Safety Checklist. Experiential Check-In Activities. Participant Rights and Responsibilities. Participant Bill of Rights. Participant Responsibilities. Contracts. Name Games and Warm-ups. Family-Building Initiatives. Review and Closure. Bibliography.