ISBN-10:
0765701111
ISBN-13:
9780765701114
Pub. Date:
03/28/2005
Publisher:
Aronson, Jason Inc.
A Practical Handbook for Building the Play Therapy Relationship / Edition 1

A Practical Handbook for Building the Play Therapy Relationship / Edition 1

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Overview

A Practical Handbook for Building the Play Therapy Relationship / Edition 1

Building a safe, accepting, and freeing relationship with a child in the play therapy experience is considered to be essential by practicing play therapists and all theoretical approaches to play therapy. A Practical Handbook for Building the Play Therapy Relationship is designed for practitioners, students, and play therapy supervisors who want a practical approach for learning or teaching the fundamental skills of building a therapeutic relationship in play therapy. It provides a step-by-step approach from structuring the play therapy session to therapeutic limit setting to termination-closure. This book involves the reader in learning and applying these key skills and is a must for practitioners and students of the play therapy process.

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ISBN-13: 9780765701114
Publisher: Aronson, Jason Inc.
Publication date: 03/28/2005
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 531,230
Product dimensions: 8.39(w) x 11.12(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

Maria A. Giordano, Ph.D., LMHC, RPT, is founder and director of the Parents Play Connection, an educational play program that helps parents learn skills to enhance their child's social-emotional and cognitive development. She is a former assistant professor in the Counselor Education department at Stetson University. Garry L. Landreth, Ed.D., LPC, RPT-S, is a Regents Professor in the Department of Counseling, Development and Higher Education at the University of North Texas and founder of the Center for Play Therapy, the largest play therapy training program in the world. Dr. Landreth is internationally known for his writing and work in promoting play therapy and was presented the prestigious Virginia Axline Distinguished Professional Award for his work in conceptualizing and advancing the child-centered approach to play therapy. Leslie D. Jones, Ph.D., LPC, RPT is a national certified counselor and a registered play therapist. She has over eight years of clinical experience in both agency and school settings. In 2001, she began teaching at the University of Central Florida as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Counselor Education Program. Her area of specialization is play and filial therapy.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Child-Centered Play Therapy Chapter 2 Play Therapy Room and Toys Chapter 3 Prior to the First Play Therapy Session Chapter 4 Structuring the Play Therapy Session Chapter 5 Acknowledging Non-Verbal Behavior Chapter 6 Reflecting Content Chapter 7 Reflecting Feelings Chapter 8 Facilitating Decision-Making and Responsibility Chapter 9 Facilitating Esteem-Building & Encouragement Chapter 10 Setting Limits Chapter 11 Understanding Therapeutic Responses, Play Behaviors, Facilitating Healing, and Termination Chapter 12 Teaching Parents How to Help Their Children Develop Self-Control and Self-Discipline Chapter 13 Case Study: School Behavioral Issue Chapter 14 Case Study: Grief, Loss, SIDS Chapter 15 Case Study: Sibling Rivalry Chapter 16 Case Study: Anger and Aggression Chapter 17 Case Study: Divorce Chapter 18 Case Study: Sexual Abuse and Trauma Chapter 19 Role-Play of Skills and Feedback Format Chapter 20 Video Review—Identifying and Improving Therapeutic Responses

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