A Therapeutic Treasure Box for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma: Creative Techniques and Activities (Therapeutic Treasures Collection)

February 15, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Don’t hesitate over this one – buy it! Was drawn to this book after hearing of the launch via twitter posts. I follow the author on twitter & learn a lot from her so I decided to invest in buying this book. I was delighted to see the size of it on arrival & knew it was going to be a good one! The contents pages alone span 15 pages and give clear detail of what to find where so can be read start to end then easy to dive back into to find certain resources. I liked the balance of clear explanations of theory balanced by useful,…

Anonymous says:

Pieces of Eight! This fabulous discovery is just what I needed to top up my own treasure chest. The precious gems contained in this book will help anyone living or working with those affected by developmental trauma. A much-needed resource for those of us who may have experienced a sense of scarcity when it came to finding magical user-friendly tools. I have often felt excited by book titles over the years only to be overwhelmed or bored by the content (and then felt bad or stupid). This book offers an…

Anonymous says:

A missed opportunity The book gives very basic ideas in tools to use, however therapeutic work does not begin and end with colouring in, sticking cut outs onto another piece of paper, reading another book or having discussions. Def a missed opportunity to look at things like play therapy esp using other materials.What the book does give is a good insight into the background of the task and the impact of trauma and visible behaviours.

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