Relationship Play Therapy

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Jason Aronson, Incorporated, Jun 1, 1997 - Psychology - 220 pages
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Renowned child therapist Clark Moustakas demonstrates how play can be used to affirm and liberate children_children who suddenly become troubled in their school or family lives and can work out their anger and fear in just a few sessions, as well as children who are seriously disturbed and must struggle to achieve emotional maturity, respect for others, and faith in themselves.

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Attitudes and Processes in Play Therapy
Preventive Play Therapy
Situational Play Therapy

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About the author (1997)

Clark Moustakasb, Ph.D., Ed.D., is President of the Center for Humanistic Studies in Detroit as well as Senior Consultant and Core Faculty Member in Psychology at the Union Institute in Cincinnati, where he co-chairs a consortium of alternate graduate programs in psychology. His development as a person and as a psychologist is reflected in his studies, which are grounded in psychological, philosophical, educational, and literary perspectives. His publications on loneliness, creativity, conformity, the teaching and learning of psychotherapy, and qualitative research retain an interdisciplinary, humanistic unity of mind and soul. Dr. Moustakas's current work focuses on the integration of philosophy and psychology in the training of humanistic clinical psychologists, which includes the application of legal and ethical standards in professional practice and human affairs.

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