Play Therapy

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Churchill Livingstone, Jan 1, 1989 - Medical - 350 pages
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The author discusses the use of play therapy for children with behavioural, emotional or other psychological problems. The bulk of the text consists of highly readable annotated transcripts of therapeutic sessions that illustrate the principles. The transcripts are authentic and the annotations include comments on errors the therapist makes as well as positive points. No other book comes near this one for readability and clinical credibility.

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User Review  - Uma - Goodreads

This book, although an old reference to Play Therapy, still manages to provide a strong foundation to the principles and theories that it is based on. With excerpts from sessions and several case ... Read full review

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User Review  - Stevendragonknight2222 - Goodreads

Oversimplifies a really complex process. It pulls from older case files. I hope a more modern book will help incorporate the more recent research. Still the classic skills are all still spelled out and relevant in the book. Read full review

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