Blending Play Therapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Evidence-Based and Other Effective Treatments and Techniques (Google eBook)

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Athena A. Drewes
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 17, 2009 - Psychology - 544 pages
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In today's managed-care environment, therapeutic techniques must be proven to be effective to be reimbursable. This comprehensive volume is written by leaders in the field and collects classic and emerging evidence-based and cognitive behavioral therapy treatments therapists can use when working with children and adolescents. Step-by-step instruction is provided for implementing the treatment protocol covered. In addition, a special section is included on therapist self-care, including empirically supported studies. For child and play therapists, as well school psychologists and school social workers.
  

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Contents

CURATIVE FACTORS OF PLAY
PRESCRIPTIVE PLAY THERAPY
FUTURE RESEARCH
REFERENCES
CBTs FOR THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES AND CBT
WHAT TEACHERS ALREADY KNOW
CAN PLAY BE A SERIOUS METHOD?
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESSION
SPONTANEOUS PLAY
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESSION
CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS
OVERVIEW OF FILIAL THERAPY
THE GOALS OF FILIAL THERAPY
THE SEQUENCE OF FILIAL THERAPY
THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF FILIAL THERAPY

PLAYBASED PEDAGOGY AND CBT
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
THE MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF ABUSED CHILDREN PRIORITIZED
PRACTICE AND EMPIRICAL STUDY
A MANUALIZED EVIDENCEBASED APPROACH
ADAPTATION OF TFCBT
ABUSEFOCUSED PLAY THERAPY
SUMMARY
REFERENCES
UNDERSTANDING PSYCHOTHERAPY OUTCOMES STUDIES
APPLYING PSYCHOTHERAPY OUTCOMES RESEARCH
CONDUCTING PSYCHOTHERAPY OUTCOMES STUDIES
ELECTRONIC MEDIA RESOURCES
REFERENCES
HISTORY ANDCURRENT EMPIRICAL SUPPORT
PHILOSOPHICAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATION FOR PLAY THERAPY RESEARCH
BREADTH OF PLAY THERAPY RESEARCH 19421999
EMPIRICAL SUPPORT IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
PLAY THERAPY RESEARCH FUTURE DIRECTIONS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
INTRODUCTION
ADAPTING CT FOR USE WITH CHILDREN
TREATMENT DESCRIPTION
METHODS AND INTERVENTIONS
DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES
STRUCTURED VERSUS UNSTRUCTURED PLAY
GOALS
GENERALIZATION AND RELAPSE PREVENTION
EMPIRICAL SUPPORT
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
REFERENCES
NATIONAL SOCIAL CONTEXT
ULSTER COUNTY NEW YORK
PHYSIOLOGY OF TRAUMA
THE TRAUMA SYSTEMS THERAPY APPROACH
PLAY THERAPY HISTORY AND RATIONALE
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
REFERENCES
THE COPING CAT PROGRAM
THE INCORPORATION OF PLAY
FEAR PLAN
EXPOSURE TASKS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
EVIDENCEBASE FOR THE COPING POWER PROGRAM
PLAY COMPONENTS IN COPING POWER
WHAT IS PARENTCHILD INTERACTION THERAPY?
IS PCIT AN EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION?
IS A PARENTING TRAINING PCIT PLAY THERAPY?
CAN PCIT INCORPORATE ELEMENTS OF TRADITIONAL PLAY THERAPY?
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
PRIMARY PROJECT
EVIDENCEDBASED TREATMENT
THE ROLE OF PLAY IN PRIMARY PROJECT
THE PRIMARY PROJECT PLAYROOM
CORE COMPONENTS OF PRIMARY PROJECT
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
PRESENTING PROBLEM
FRAMING THE TREATMENT
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESSION
UNFOLDING OF THE TREATMENT
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESSION
A SHIFT IN ROLES
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESSION
THE DOCTORS KIT
REFLECTING ON THE SESSION
SUPPORTING THE PARENT
THE RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF PLAY THERAPY AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN FT
INTAKE AND RECOMMENDATION PHASE
TRAINING PHASE
SUPERVISED PLAY SESSION PHASE
HOME PLAY SESSION AND GENERALIZATION PHASE
DOES FILIAL THERAPY REALLY WORK? THE RESEARCH
SUMMARY
REFERENCES
WHAT IS KINDER TRAINING?
THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF KINDER TRAINING
THE KINDER TRAINING MODEL
REFERENCES
BRIEF HISTORY OF SANDTRAY THERAPY
RATIONALE FOR THE USE OF SANDTRAY THERAPY
GENERAL PROCESS OF SANDTRAY THERAPY
REVIEW OF SANDTRAY LITERATURE AND RESEARCH
SUMMARY
REFERENCES
HISTORICAL USE OF PUPPETS AND OTHER PLAY MATERIALS IN PLAY THERAPY
PHASES OF CBPT
ASSESSMENT
METHODS OF DELIVERING CBPT
INTEGRATING EMPIRICALLY SUPPORTED TECHNIQUES INTO CBPT
GENERALIZATION AND RELAPSE PREVENTION
TERMINATION
PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN CBPT
TROUBLESHOOTINGCOMMON PROBLEMS AND HOW TO HANDLE THEM
CASE DESCRIPTION
TREATMENT OUTCOME
FOLLOWUP
SUMMARY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE
REFERENCES
WHAT IS AFFECT DYSREGULATION?
STEPS FOR USING COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL PLAY THERAPY TO ADDRESS DYSREGULATION
BUILDING COPING SKILLS
A FINAL NOTE FOR THERAPISTS
REFERENCES
BENEFITS OF PLAY THERAPY AND CBPT
CASE STUDIES IN CBPT
EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE IN CHILDREN
ANGER AND AGGRESSION IN YOUNG CHILDREN
ANGER MANAGEMENT APPROACHES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
PLAY THERAPY AND ANGER MANAGEMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
NARRATIVE THERAPY IN PLAY THERAPY
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONIST STANCE
HERMENEUTIC APPROACH
THE LANDSCAPE OF THE IMAGINATION
PRETEND PLAY AS NARRATIVE
ADULT AND CHILD PLAYING TOGETHER
PLAY AS A CULTURAL ROUTINE
THE PLAYING SPACE
RULES WHEN PLAYING TOGETHER
THE ADULT AS STORYTELLER
THE IMPORTANCE OF PRETEND PLAY AND COGNITIVE COMPETENCE
TWO STORIES FOR THERAPISTS
REFERENCES
OVERVIEW OF TREATMENT APPROACH
BACKGROUND
USE PURPOSE AND IMPORTANCE OF PLAY
TYPES AND USES OF DIRECTED PLAY ACTION
AN APPLICATION FROM THE CASE EXAMPLE
SUMMARY
THE ETHICS AND IRONIES OF SELFCARE
STRESSORS OF THE IMPOSSIBLE PROFESSION
SELFCARE STRATEGIES
IN CLOSING
REFERENCES
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Athena A. Drewes, PsyD, RPT-S, is Director of Clinical Training and APA Internship at The Astor Home for Children, a nonprofit multiservice mental health agency in New York. She is a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor and past director of the Association for Play Therapy. She is the Senior Editor and chapter author of School-Based Play Therapy (Wiley), Cultural Issues in Play Therapy, and Supervision Can Be Playful.

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