Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship

March 3, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

updated and expanded When I reviewed the 2002 edition of this book, I described it as a clearly written pactical guide to “pure” non-directive/child-centred play therapy technique. Its focus on practice was its great strength, as it was virtually unique in actually describing, in detail, techniques for communicating and being with children in a therapeutic session.This new edition has lost none of its practical content, and has added a chapter on research evidence.Curiously, though, it…

Anonymous says:

Play therapy: the art of the relationship play therapy: the art of the relationshipI have just studying towards the MSc in play and therapeutic play and this book was recommended on our suggested reading list. The book has been invaluable in aiding my studies.Very good, and I would recommend this book to any practitioner.

Anonymous says:

Brilliant So easy and digestible to read and tells you what you want and need to know, love the examples he gives.

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