Introduction to Play Therapy
Play therapy techniques are expanding out of a need to provide effective, age appropriate and multicultural interventions to children and youth with behavioral, emotional, and environmental concerns. Traditional therapies which require verbalization have had limited application when working with children because of the language development of children (Carmicheal, 2006). School counselors work in a school system serving hundreds of students with limited time and resources to do so. With responsibilities and complex issues mounting, play therapy offers tried and true, concise, easy to use and implement techniques. Come learn about play therapy and basic play therapy skills!
Byrd, Rebekah J.. 2014. Introduction to Play Therapy. Invited presentation. Niswonger School Success Symposium., Greeneville, TN. http://files.ctctcdn.com/51e183d7301/45d05bcf-705d-404e-93b0-102a45525e92.pdf
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