A Play Therapy Primer: Therapeutic Approaches to Children with Emotional Problems
By the author of Developmental Psychodiagnostic Assessment of Children and Adolescents, this book demonstrates the use of play to both understand and communicate in the process of play therapy for the different levels of developmental disorder in childhood and adolescence. To better explain the process of play therapy with the various developmental disorders, at least one case example is included for each type of disorder.
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