A rose is a rose is a rose<br />
A garden<br /><ul><li>We are all planted alongside each other
The secret to a happy rose bush
Space
Sun
A bit of fiddling
Don’t mess with my roots </li></li></ul><li>The gardener <br /><ul><li>Who  is looking after your garden?</li></li></ul><l...
We all need a place to belong
Your hidden strengths
Your rotting secret
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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 setting.

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A rose is a rose Rosebush projection

  1. 1. A rose is a rose is a rose<br />
  2. 2. A garden<br /><ul><li>We are all planted alongside each other
  3. 3. The secret to a happy rose bush
  4. 4. Space
  5. 5. Sun
  6. 6. A bit of fiddling
  7. 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. 8. We all need a place to belong
  9. 9. Your hidden strengths
  10. 10. Your rotting secret
  11. 11. Your anchor
  12. 12. Your lifeline
  13. 13. Your forming soil
  14. 14. What is your roots ?</li></li></ul><li>The leaves<br /><ul><li>Friendly welcoming
  15. 15. Refreshing and cool
  16. 16. Covering
  17. 17. Revealing your health
  18. 18. Your every day being
  19. 19. Your communication
  20. 20. Your stability
  21. 21. Changing with the seasons
  22. 22. What are your leaves saying about you?
  23. 23. Are they healthy?
  24. 24. Are they sick?
  25. 25. In which season are you?</li></li></ul><li>The thorns<br /><ul><li>We all have our defences
  26. 26. Some too much some too little
  27. 27. Scratch and burn
  28. 28. What are your defences?
  29. 29. Do they keep those you want near at a distance?
  30. 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. 31. Your abilities
  32. 32. The things you do well
  33. 33. What are they?
  34. 34. Who knows about them?
  35. 35. How can you show them off?
  36. 36. The fruit of your effort</li></li></ul><li>The visitors<br /><ul><li>A garden always have visitors
  37. 37. Some are welcome
  38. 38. Some are not
  39. 39. Some come to drain you
  40. 40. Some come to enhance your beauty
  41. 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. 42. Activate – what are the things you need to get going to change your life?
  43. 43. Care – from whom do you experience care
  44. 44. Enjoy - what do you really enjoy doing?
  45. 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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