Copies of the "body" pictures (see Figures 9.1 and 9.2), paper, crayons or markers.
This exercise acknowledges that all body parts are good. The children talk about the unique and positive aspects of each body part, as well as differences between boys and girls, self and others. Beginning with hair and moving down the body, a therapist asks the children questions about each body part and its function. The therapist emphasizes that each body part is beneficial.