Play Therapy Techniques: 30 Therapeutic Activities for Children
30 simple yet effective therapeutic activities for children to teach healthy anger management, improve self-control, increase empowerment, and manage fear, anxiety, and depression while also building proper problem-solving skills.
Using Games in Therapy
Games are an engaging way to build the therapeutic relationship while assessing a child’s strengths and areas where there is room for growth. Playing games as they were intended to be played can teach you a lot about a child’s functioning in multiple areas, and adding a therapeutic twist can make games highly adaptable to many clinical issues (ex. […]
How To Become a Play Therapist
By Amy Flaherty, LPE-I, RPT - Guest Blogger Ever wanted to be a play therapist but have gotten confused when trying to figure out just HOW? You know being a play therapist will help your career but are not sure which path is best for your life, budget, and overall state of mind? Have you even talked to a play therapist about his or her path and left more confused about the process than when you started? If any of these sound like you, this post will help. Yes, being a Registered Play…