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    Creative interventions, such as game play, can be used in any setting, individually or group, as long as the game is age appropriate for such population. For instance, Jenga, is for ages 6 and up, meaning it is also suitable for adults. Games suitable for adults, such as Jenga and others, could be used with adults and the geriatric population as an icebreaker in group therapy. Commonly, adults in an inpatient or outpatient mental health setting begin group therapy with strangers, who come from a variety of cultures. Many clients begin group therapy with worry, fear, and anxiety. Additionally, client who attend group therapy also fear judgment from others. Incorporating games therapeutically can allow clients to get to know each other without forcing them to talk. Furthermore, creative interventions, such as game play, permit clients to self-explore and process their thoughts in an enjoyable way, instead of talk therapy. Child’s Reaction to the Activity…

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    Personal Narrative: Jenga

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    Life is like an overly complicated game of Jenga where the end goal is to keep everything standing and balanced. However, sometimes this balance will tumble down from one slip of the hand. This is the story of how I lost the big life game of Jenga. We could start from the very beginning, but I'll take a jump to where the turbulence began. It was the early winter of 2005, the sun basking outside, the breeze of Florida's humid air blew. I spent it inside, alone, with the only company being my bed…

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    Bradley was open and responsive throughout the counseling session. Individual answered questions asked by the clinician. Individual had a positive, good attitude throughout the session. Ind stated he was feeling good, but also bored for being in alternative school where he is not allow to talk. Individual engaged easily in today's activities, both of them. In the matching game with the "Stop that angry thought Cards", sometimes Bradley gave a wrong answers on purpose, but in a playful and…

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    Ads are a very clever way companies use to market their products. Companies pay money, so that their ads get featured on things like tv and youtube. Ads also convey different ideas like the differences of boys and girls. Some examples of this are the ads Rise Of The Guardians, Embassy Hotels, and Jenga Girl Talk. With these ads we will be discussing the differences between boys and girls. Girls are shown smaller than boys. On example of this is how in Rise Of The Guardians the tooth fairy was…

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    learn about the six different animal kingdoms.” Both of the cubs cock their heads at her in confusion. “Here, let me explain.” she says realizing their confusion. “There are six different kingdoms of beings, we only live in one of those kingdoms known as Animalia or the animal kingdom. The animal kingdom includes birds, mammals, reptiles you name it. The one thing well all share in common though is that we all eat, reproduce, and eventually pass away.” both of the cubs nod their heads so she…

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    movie different companies would pay the studios a certain amount of money to put their product into the movie. Some of the companies in “Back to the Future” were DeLorean, Pepsi, Texaco, Nike, and countless other small companies. This type of advertisement is put into something we love, like movies, to show us how great our favorite characters are enjoying the product. And this then makes us want to buy the product so we can be just like the people in the movies. Branded entertainment is…

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    Murphys Monologue

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    “Murphy, come check this out!” You waved him over where you were in front of a pile of boardgames. “No way, I used to play that game when I was a kid” He smiled, pointing at the Jenga box. “You wanna play?” He nodded in response, taking the Jenga and went over to the circular wood table with chairs around it. As Murphy set up the game, you examined the room finding a mini wine fridge tucked away and a little cupboard. You grabbed a packet of salted cashews from the cupboard and a bottle of…

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    mechanism, identification of bumpy speech, and use of prolonged speech during a structured game. The session began with an activity called voice talk. The client and the clinician discussed the functions of the voice box. The clinician drew his representation of the voice box. This drawing will be compiled with the previous drawings to complete a booklet on the speech mechanism. Next, the client and the clinician participated in car talk. The client began using his voice in different ways…

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    The generally scrutinizing school teacher M. Hamel, is teaching his final lesson in France, looking for refuge from the invading Prussia. The normally angry and unsatisfying school teacher shows Franz that his failure of his class is not exactly his fault and Franz should be proud of what he was able to learn. He decides not to scrutinize Franz but instead to make his day. M. Hamel changes in the eyes of Franz because of his unusual kindness. From the start of the story one can see the…

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    The Big Short Analysis

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    Analyzing The Big Short The whole housing market is built like a giant Jenga tower. The AAA mortgages are at the top of the tower while the BBB’s are the lowest base of the tower. The AAA’s and AA mortgages were to make so much money that the extra money was to trickle down to the BBB’s at the base. This information is in the book The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine written by Michael Lewis. He has written many best-selling non-fiction books like Moneyball and The Blind Side both were…

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