Activity 10.4 Letter Writing Â Choose one of the three activities below to do. Â
1. Write a letter to you. Â a. Write a letter to you about something that you think you can or should talk about. Â The letter does not have to be long. Â b. Write a letter to someone you know, telling something about you that is special or about your goals and dreams. Â
2. Write a letter to someone of love and appreciation. Â a. Write a letter to someone in your family, and communicate how much that individual means to you, or thank that person for something he or she did for you. Â b. Write a letter of gratitude from your friendship network or work environment, and communicate how much that individual means to you, or thank that person for something he or she did for you. Â
3. Write a letter of gratitude or thanks to someone in your family system who made a difference in your life. Deliver the letter or consider reading the letter aloud to that person.Â
4. Write a letter of gratitude listing the â€œgiftsâ€ from your family. Be specific and describe how these gifts influence your thinking, behavior, and knowledge. Â 5. Write a letter to a friend or family member, and consider what your life would be like without them.Â
The letter must have â€œtherapeutic intentâ€. You must write a meaningful and substantial letter. professional in tone. A 5-7 page letter is required in APA format. The letter must have depth and be sincere. It must reflect the impact of your involvement with the addressee including feelings and behavior. To finish the assignment, address in a separate section: What did you learn from this letter that you can take with you to work with a couple or families? When can you use it as an intervention in clinical practice?