By Athena A. Drewes, Sue C. Bratton, Charles E. Schaefer
An integrative method of play remedy mixing quite a few healing remedy versions and techniquesReflecting the transition within the box of play treatment from a "one dimension suits all" method of a extra eclectic framework that integrates a couple of point of view, Integrative Play treatment explores tools for mixing the simplest theories and remedy recommendations to solve the most typical mental issues of childhood.Edited by way of the world over popular leaders within the box, this publication is the 1st of its style to examine using a multi-theoretical framework as a beginning for practice.With dialogue of integrative play therapy of kids featuring a large choice of difficulties and disorders—including aggression concerns, the results of trauma, ADHD, nervousness, obsessive-compulsive issues, social talents deficits, scientific concerns corresponding to HIV/AIDS, and more—the booklet offers suggestions on: Play and staff treatment approachesChild-directed play remedy with habit administration education for parentsTherapist-led and child-led play therapiesCognitive-behavioral remedy with healing storytelling and play therapyFamily treatment and play therapyBibliotherapy inside of play therapyAn crucial source for all psychological health and wellbeing pros trying to include play treatment into remedy, Integrative Play treatment finds certain flexibility in integrating idea and methods, permitting practitioners to supply their consumers the simplest remedy for particular featuring difficulties.
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Integrative Play Therapy by Athena A. Drewes, Sue C. Bratton, Charles E. Schaefer