Here's another one of my favorite groups because it's so easy to adapt for whatever functioning level of the group. Plus, it's a Dr. Seuss book, so how can it not be awesome? ;-)
Talk about how colors represent various emotions, and how emotions are expressed through colors. For example,
I’m feeling blue
Rage represented by red
Gray being a “blah” color
Green with envy
Then read the book “My Many Colored Days” by Dr. Seuss with the patients.
Ask patients what kind of day they are having? A blue day? A purple day?
How do you know what color of day you are having.
Give patients colored paper and markers. Have them create some kind of artwork using the colors to express the emotions they are feeling. Share and discuss the artwork with the group.