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Play Therapy - Garry Landreth

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Review

'Dr. Garry Landreth has made yet another significant contribution to the field of play therapy with the revised and expanded second edition of his landmark, award-winning text, Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship. This book is rare in its scope, including a historical, theoretical, and practical-how to approach to play therapy; in addition to providing invaluable insights into the child's world and the therapeutic power of play within the context of the child-therapist relationship. This is the essential text for an introductory play therapy course and a must read for all child therapists.' - Sue C. Bratton, Ph.D., University of North Texas, President, Association for Play Therapy 2001-2002

'The first edition was a classic and this second edition builds upon that groundbreaking work with the addition of chapters dealing with intensive and short-term play and an expansion of Filial Therapy. A major strength of the text is the inclusion of current play therapy research, much of which comes from the work of Landreth and his students. There is no other text in print that is as comprehensive.this text will continue to set the standard for training and practice.' - Joanna F. White, Professor and Chair, Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, Georgia State University, President-elect, Association for Play Therapy

 

Product Description

Play is to the child what verbalization is to the adult-it is a medium for expressing feelings, exploring relationships, describing experiences and disclosing wishes. Revised and updated, this second edition of the award-winning Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship provides comprehensive and detailed information for creating therapeutic relationships with children and facilitating the play therapy process. Guidelines, transcripts and case examples are provided for governing sensitive issues at every stage of the therapeutic process, from the first meeting to the end of the relationship.

 

İçindekiler CHAPTER ABOUT ME GARRY LANDRETH
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Principles for Relationships wit...
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Reference
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CHAPTER 2 THE MEANING OF PLAY Fu...
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Symbolic Play
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Children Communicate Through Play
14
Play in the Therapeutic Process
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Stages in the Play Therapy Process
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Play of Adjusted and Maladjusted...
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References
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CHAPTER 3 HISTORY AND DEVELOPMEN...
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Psychoanalytic Play Therapy
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Release Play Therapy
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Relationship Play Therapy
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Nondirective Play Therapy
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Association for Play Therapy
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University Training
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Filial Therapy
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Trends in Play Therapy ADULT PLA...
40
Play Therapy Results
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References
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CHAPTER 4 A VIEW OF CHILDREN Ten...
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Children Are Resilient
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Some Children Are Like Popcorn a...
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References
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CHAPTER 5 CHILDCENTERED PLAY THE...
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Personality Theory
60
A ChildCentered View of Personal...
64
Key Concepts
65
Adjustment and Maladjustment
67
Therapeutic Conditions for Growth
70
The Therapeutic Relationship
79
Objectives
87
What Children Learn in Play Therapy
89
References
93
CHAPTER 6 THE PIAY THERAPIST
95
Creating Differences
96
Being There
97
Personality Characteristics
98
Therapist SelfUnderstanding
102
Therapist SelfAcceptance
105
Role of the Play Therapist
108
RyanA Dying Child in Play Therapy
110
Supervised Practice Facilitates ...
116
The Inner Struggle of a Beginnin...
118
Recommended Training Program
120
References
123
CHAPTER 7 THE PIAYROOM AND MATER...
125
Playroom Location
126
Playroom Characteristics
127
Other Settings for Play Therapy
130
Rationale for Selecting Toys and...
132
Categories of Toys
138
Totebag Playroom
143
Recommended Toys and Materials f...
144
Special Considerations
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Suggested Titles for the Play Th...
148
Reference
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CHAPTER 8 THE PARENTS PART IN TH...
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Background Information
152
Must Parents Also Be in Therapy?
154
The Parent Interview
157
Obtain Permission from Legal Gua...
165
Psychiatric Referral
166
Preparing Parents for Separation
169
References
171
THE CHILDS HOUR
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Objectives of the Relationship
174
Making Contact with the Child
176
The Initial Encounter in the Wai...
179
Structuring the Relationship in ...
182
Responding to the Reluctant Anxi...
187
The Childs View of the Play Ther...
189
Questioning Techniques of Children
193
Explaining the Observation Mirro...
200
Taking Notes During the Session
202
Play Therapists Reactions to The...
203
Basic Dimensions of the Relation...
204
References
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CHAPTER 10 CHARACTERISTICS OF FA...
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Being With
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Caring Acceptance
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Details of Therapeutic Responsiv...
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Facilitative Responses
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Returning Responsibility to Chil...
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Typical Nonfacilitative Responses
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PaulA Fearful ActingOut Child in...
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CHAPTER 11 THERAPEUTIC LIMIT SET...
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When to Present Limits
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Rationale for Therapeutic Limits
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Procedures in Therapeutic Limit ...
258
Steps in the Therapeutic LimitSe...
259
When Limits Are Broken
262
Tentativeness in limit Setting
265
Situational Limits TAKING TOYS O...
266
Beginning Play Therapists Reacti...
272
CHAPTER 12 TYPICAL PROBLEMS IN P...
273
What to Do If the Child Is Silent
274
What to Do If the Child Wants to...
276
What to Do If the Child Is Overl...
277
What to Do If the Chad Persists ...
279
What to Do If the Child Says You...
282
What to Do If the Child Wants th...
283
What to Do If the Child Asks for...
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What to Do If the Child Wants to...
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What to Do If the Child Tries to...
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What to Do If the Child Refuses ...
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What to Do If the Therapist Unex...
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Q AFTER 13 ISSUES IN PLAY THERAP...
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Participation in the Childs Play
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Accepting Gifts from Children in...
299
Giving the Child a Reward at the...
302
Asking the Child to Clean Up
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Informing Children of the Reason...
306
Bringing a Friend to the Playroom
307
Inviting Parents or Siblings to ...
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CHAPTER 14 INTENSIVE AND SHORTTE...
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Intensive Play Therapy
312
ShortTerm Play Therapy
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References
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CHAPTER 15 CHILDREN IN PLAY THERAPY
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NancyFrom Baldness to Curls1
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A DIFFERENT AMY
348
Summary
349
References
350
CHAPTER 16 DETERMINING THERAPEUT...
351
Determining Therapeutic Movement...
352
Dimensions of Change
353
The Meaning of Termination
356
Reference Points for Determining...
357
Procedures for Ending the Relati...
360
Childrens Reactions to the Last ...
362
References
364
CfflLDPARENT REIATIONSHIP TRAINI...
365
Parental Efficacy
366
Historical Development of Filial...
368
The Process of Filial Therapy
370
Selecting Parents
373
Group Format for Training
376
Structure and Content of the Tra...
378
Research and Evaluation
388
References
396
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