It is so great to see all of the different and creative therapy spaces from around the world! Creating a safe, comfortable, and confidential place to provide therapy takes some forethought and planning. I wanted my office suite to have a homey, warm feel that reflects my own personality and invites clients to open up and share. Each of my five offices has a theme and color scheme that influences the decor. In my own office, I provide a large sitting area and a children’s area. Jodie suggested I post a link to my office here, so here it is: http:///office- . Thanks, Jodie, for putting this together and sharing!
The pedantics reading this post may have realised that these graphs are not perfect. Some are roughly drawn. Others lack the presentation standards expected in a jotter such as the title in the right place and the acknowledgement of the X and Y axis. However teachers, like children, learn experientially and sometimes need to just do an activity in order to reflect and review. The ideas here sow the seeds of many more to come. We discussed when and how to bring in the attention to detail such as the accurate use of scale and other curriculum requirements.