Connectedness Mapping Training. OUTLINE. Introduction Rationale and features of the model Break out in groups Closure. A Path with Heart. Look at every path closely and deliberately. Ask yourself and yourself alone one question. . . .
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Look at every path closely and deliberately. Ask yourself and yourself alone one question. . . .
Does this path have a heart? If it does, the path is good. If it doesn't, it is of no use.
Yaqui Indian Shaman
Imagine sitting in the front seat of a car and taking a long road trip with the child and family.
Attachment to . . . . . . Connected with
“To those who have been given, practice:
arises the desire to give to others”
relatedness, responsiveness, reciprocity, and verbal and non-verbal communication.
Grandparents generation practice:
Blue is the blood that runs in the veins.
Green is the fertile and creative mind.
Red is the heart that bleeds.
Yellow is the light of the soul.
Biological Connections practice:
Blue = Biological
Green = Creative
Yellow = Spiritual
Red = Love
Current World View practice:
Strengths and supportsA Mapping Tool
PAST PRESENT FUTURE
View of family and personal connections
Dreams and Aspirations
Potential strengths and supports
Heart: best friend
Mind: a teacher who cares
Body-meeting birth mother, finding someone to live with