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- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
- Seitenzahl: 368
- Erscheinungstermin: 14.08.2013
- ISBN-13: 9781118420201
- Artikelnr.: 39681383
Expression Mary Morrison Bennett and Stephanie Eberts Chapter 3 Access To The Unconscious David Crenshaw and Kathleen Tillman Chapter 4 Direct Teaching Theresa Fraser Chapter 5 Indirect Teaching Aideen Taylor de Faoite Part II Fosters Emotional Wellness Chapter 6 Catharsis Athena A. Drewes and Charles E. Schaefer Chapter 7 Abreaction Eileen Prendiville Chapter 8 Positive Emotions Terry Kottman Chapter 9 Counter
conditioning Fears Tammi Van Hollander Chapter 10 Stress Inoculation Angela M. Cavett Chapter 11 Stress Management Kristin S. Bemis Part III Enhances Social Relationships Chapter 12 Therapeutic Relationship Anne L. Stewart and Lennis G. Echterling Chapter 13 Attachment William F. Whelan and Anne L. Stewart Chapter 14 Social Competence Julie Blundon Nash Chapter 15 Empathy Richard Gaskill Part IV Increases personal strengths Chapter 16 Creative Problem Solving Sandra W. Russ and Claire E. Wallace Chapter 17 Resiliency John Seymour Chapter 18 Moral Development Jill Packman Chapter 19 Accelerated Psychological Development Siobhán Prendiville Chapter 20 Self
Regulation Marcie Yeager & Daniel Yeager Chapter 21 Self
Esteem Diane Frey
--Eliana Gil, Ph.D., Gil Institute for Trauma Recovery and Education
"This first chapter of this book uses the concept of 'therapeutic factors' to create a very logical framework/rationale for pulling together the theories and techniques one might integrate into a prescriptive approach to play therapy. This is incredibly useful as it allows therapists to tailor their work to the needs of their child clients in a logical and systematic way. The remaining chapters describe some of those therapeutic factors and play strategies from which the prescriptive play therapist might draw in creating individualized treatment approaches."
--Kevin O'Connor, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University
"The hallmark of a good play therapist is a clear understanding of why play interventions are pertinent, how they work to foster therapeutic change, and how to select and facilitate play therapy processes in ways that are theoretically grounded and empathically attuned to their clients' needs. The Therapeutic Powers of Play provides breadth and depth in exploring the essential features of play operating within the therapy process. Each chapter describes a fundamental therapeutic power of play, empirical support for it, its role in bringing about change, and case material to illustrate. This volume provides a key avenue for play therapists to understand the inner workings of their craft, and thereby, to enhance their use of play therapy with a wide range of client challenges."
--Risë VanFleet, Ph.D., RPT-S, CDBC; Author of Child-Centered Play Therapy; Filial Therapy: Play Therapy with Kids & Canines, and others; President, Family Enhancement & Play Therapy Center; Past Chair of the Board, the Association for Play Therapy