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A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
A rose is a rose Rosebush projection
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A rose is a rose Rosebush projection

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Presentation on the Rosebush projection technique. Can be used as a small group discussion forum for women with a traumatic life story. Deviation on the tecnique was needed to accomodate a group …

Presentation on the Rosebush projection technique. Can be used as a small group discussion forum for women with a traumatic life story. Deviation on the tecnique was needed to accomodate a group setting.

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  • 1. A rose is a rose is a rose<br />
  • 2. A garden<br /><ul><li>We are all planted alongside each other
  • 3. The secret to a happy rose bush
  • 4. Space
  • 5. Sun
  • 6. A bit of fiddling
  • 7. Don’t mess with my roots </li></li></ul><li>The gardener <br /><ul><li>Who is looking after your garden?</li></li></ul><li>The roots <br /><ul><li>Grafted in
  • 8. We all need a place to belong
  • 9. Your hidden strengths
  • 10. Your rotting secret
  • 11. Your anchor
  • 12. Your lifeline
  • 13. Your forming soil
  • 14. What is your roots ?</li></li></ul><li>The leaves<br /><ul><li>Friendly welcoming
  • 15. Refreshing and cool
  • 16. Covering
  • 17. Revealing your health
  • 18. Your every day being
  • 19. Your communication
  • 20. Your stability
  • 21. Changing with the seasons
  • 22. What are your leaves saying about you?
  • 23. Are they healthy?
  • 24. Are they sick?
  • 25. In which season are you?</li></li></ul><li>The thorns<br /><ul><li>We all have our defences
  • 26. Some too much some too little
  • 27. Scratch and burn
  • 28. What are your defences?
  • 29. Do they keep those you want near at a distance?
  • 30. Are there times when you don’t have to be so protective?</li></li></ul><li>The flowers<br /><ul><li>Your talents
  • 31. Your abilities
  • 32. The things you do well
  • 33. What are they?
  • 34. Who knows about them?
  • 35. How can you show them off?
  • 36. The fruit of your effort</li></li></ul><li>The visitors<br /><ul><li>A garden always have visitors
  • 37. Some are welcome
  • 38. Some are not
  • 39. Some come to drain you
  • 40. Some come to enhance your beauty
  • 41. Who are the visitors in your garden?</li></li></ul><li>The well watered garden <br /><ul><li>Rest – what do you do to rest?
  • 42. Activate – what are the things you need to get going to change your life?
  • 43. Care – from whom do you experience care
  • 44. Enjoy - what do you really enjoy doing?
  • 45. Do this every so often!</li></li></ul><li>The well watered garden <br />Wezet Botes<br />Draw the Line Child Support Centre <br />Child Welfare Tshwane<br />Tel: 012 343 0535<br />wezet@childwelfare.co.za www.cwtdrawtheline.co.za<br />

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