Play Therapy For Very Young Childrenby Charles E. Schaefer
Play Therapy for Very Young Children presents the major models of play interventions with very young children, primarily ages zero to three, and their families. The editors have compiled essays by child development experts to create a comprehensive guide of the most beneficial effects of play therapy and play for the very young.See more details below
Play Therapy for Very Young Children presents the major models of play interventions with very young children, primarily ages zero to three, and their families. The editors have compiled essays by child development experts to create a comprehensive guide of the most beneficial effects of play therapy and play for the very young.
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Table of Contents
Part 1 Part I: Major Theoretical Approaches Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Dynamic Play with Very Young Children Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Child Centered/Non -directive Play Therapy for Very Young Children Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Filial Play Therapy with Infants & Toddlers Chapter 5 Chapter 4: Caregiver-toddler Play Therapy: An Attachment Based Approach Chapter 6 Chapter 5: Ecosystemic Play Therapy with Infants and Toddlers and their Families Chapter 7 Chapter 6: Parent-Child Attunement Therapy for Toddlers: A Behaviorally-oriented, Play-based Parent Training Model Chapter 8 Chapter 7: Theraplay with 0 to 3 Year Olds Part 9 Part II: Applications to Specific Populations Chapter 10 Chapter 8: Situational and Story-stem Scaffolding in Psychodynamic Play Therapy with Very young Children Chapter 11 Chapter 9: Play Therapy Techniques with Very Young At-risk Children in Child Care Settings Chapter 12 Chapter 10: Issue-Specific Guided Play to Support Infants, Toddlers and Their Families in Healthcare Settings: Rationale and Interventions Chapter 13 Chapter 11: Wait, Watch, & Wonder: Infants as Agents of change in a Play-Based Approach to Mother-Infant Psychotherapy Chapter 14 Chgapter 12: Transdisciplinary Play-based Intervention with Young Children with Disabilities Chapter 15 Chapter 13: Dyadic Play Therapy for Homeless Parents & Children Chapter 16 Chapter 14: Developmental Play Therapy for Very Young Children Chapter 17 Chapter 15: Play-based Intervention for Very Young children with Autism: The P.L.A.Y Project
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