#SNchallenge #Sketchnote4Good Edition Sketchnoting in Therapy for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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Sketchnote Hangout and SketchnoteLDN collaboration ‘#SNchallenge’ has teamed up with a Child and Adolescent Mental Health organisation to bring you #Sketchnote4Good ‘Sketchnoting in Therapy’ Edition.

An organisation of nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, occupational therapists and speech pathologists that work in Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Australia approached #SNchallenge in September 2017 to create a printable to support communication in therapy. Four out of five young people who use their service are likely to have an unidentified communication or learning difficulty. Children and young people with these difficulties have problems getting the most out of talking therapy. They think Sketchnoting in therapy can help young people to share, understand and remember ideas and solve problems. They believe visual communication and visual thinking are recommended to help these children and young people access and benefit from therapy. Thus, the theme for this month is ‘Sketchnoting in Therapy’, the printable includes:

• Page 1 Child and Adolescent Mental Health icons

• Page 2 ‘Enjoy a mindful practice’ sketchnote exercise.

PLEASE NOTE: The icons and task have been designed by this Child and Adolescent Mental Health organisation from Australia. The organisation has asked to remain unidentified to protect the privacy of their patients. The printable has been designed for this particular population though we have chosen, with the permission of this organisation, to make it available in the hope it will provide awareness of Child and Adolescent Mental Health and how sketchnoting can be used to support communication in therapy. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact SNchallenge editors.

#Sketchnote4Good Edition ‘Sketchnoting in Therapy’ is FREE printable and will remain available indefinitely:

https://gumroad.com/snchallenge

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#SNchallenge and 365 Icons & Sketchnote Workbook

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Sketchnote Hangout and SketchnoteLDN collaboration ‘365 #SNchallenge’ has now ended. Printables from October 2016 to August 2017 are no longer available*. We would like to thank everyone involved, featured sketchnote artists, proofreader, and editors, for your hard work has not gone unnoticed:

  • October 2016 Storytelling proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • November 2016 Sketchipe proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • December 2016 SketchBack: 2016 Year in Review featured sketchnote artist Mike Rohde, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell, and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • January 2017 SketchForward: 2017 Objectives featured sketchnote artist Chris Spalton, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell, and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • February 2017 Drawing Hands featured sketchnote artist Makayla Lewis, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • March 2017 A-Z: Draw Your Most Used Icons featured sketchnote artist Mauro Toselli, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell, and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • April 2017 Anthropomorphism: Simple Character Design featured sketchnote artist Claire Ohlenschlager and Makayla Lewis, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell, and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • May 2017 Drawing Facial Expressions featured sketchnote artist Ania Staskiewicz, Makayla Lewis, and Nidhi Narula, proofreader by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • June 2017 Information Architecture featured sketchnote artist Boon Chew, proof read by Dr. Jim O’Donnell, and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • July 2017 Science and Connectors proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • August 2017 Figures and Action featured sketchnote artist Miriam Sturdee, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula
  • September 2017 Entertainment and Hobbies featured sketchnote artists Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula, proofread by Dr. Jim O’Donnell and edited by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula (please note this printable will not be available after 30-September 2017)

*In case you were wondering about October 2016 to August 2017 printables, please go #SNchallenge Gumroad page where you can download PDF’s of product image of the printables.

We are excited to share that the printables will be made into a ‘365 Icons & Sketchnote Workbook’ by Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula launching in January 2018. The workbook will help you get started building your visual icon library and practice what you’ve learned by creating related sketchnotes. The book will also contain tips, tricks, and fun activities to keep you inspired and creating. The content of the book will be revised and restructured to make it more comprehensive. For ‘365 Icons & Sketchnote Workbook’ updates please follow Makayla Lewis and Nidhi Narula on Twitter.

Again, thank you for your interest and support during the last 365 days. We have enjoyed creating and sharing #SNchallenge printables, and we look forward to the launch of ‘365 Icons & Sketchnote Workbook’.

Happy Sketchnoting!

Best,

Makayla Lewis (Sketchnote Hangout organiser and SketchnoteLDN co-organiser)

Nidhi Narula (SketchnoteLDN co-organiser)

Sketchnote Hangout #30: Face/Off with Miriam Sturdee Warm Up Tasks

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Task One: Rapid storytelling

July Warm Up Task Number 1

Task Two: Rapid sketching

July Warm Up Task Number 2

 

SketchnoteHangout.com Co-Created Visual Dictionary

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SketchnoteHangout.com visual dictionary was co-created during ‘#SNhangout No. 17 co-creating sketchnote cheat sheets’ on Thursday 30 June 2016, 20:00 – 21:00 BST. The collaborative session led to the creation of a 2-page visual dictionary that includes actions, emotions, technology, things, concepts, and other. The #SNhangout No. 17 started with a prompt, discussion of the key icons used within sketchnotes, and attendees then to sketched each icon. At the end attendees were asked to submit their sketches. Makayla Lewis vectored the submitted sketches and designed a 2 page A4 black and white PDF.

SketchnnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary is a FREE .PDF resource for the community to download and use.

SketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary was drawn by:

  • Makayla Lewis (@maccymacx)
  • Mauro Toselli (@xlontrax)
  • Marianne Rady (@MarianneRady)
  • Marc Dugue (@MarcDugue)
  • Marc Bourguignon (@100978Marc)
  • Claire Ohlenschlager (@claire_ohl)
  • Ruth Baker (@ruthiebee85)
  • Lorraine Kasyan (@LorraineKasyan)
  • Miriam Sturdee (@asmirry)
  • Jim O’Donnell (@pekingspring)

SketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary was edited by Makayla Lewis (@maccymacx) in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.

We would like to thank the wider sketchnote community for your enthusiasm and support for the sketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary.

Happy Sketchnoting!

 

FREE Download Gumroad.com/SketchnoteHangout

 

Note: SketchnnoteHangout.com visual dictionary is a free .PDF resource thus entering £0 is acceptable. If you choose to donate please be aware all donations will be fed back into improving SketchnoteHangout.com for more information please go to https://sketchnotehangout.com/2016/11/03/donating-100-to-sketchnote-hangout/