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More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Published by American Psychological Association About this Item: American Psychological Association, More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Knowledge of the potential impact of play in child therapy was once reserved for practitioners who used play therapy and the children they served. However, today there is a growing body of research that points to play as an effective, empirically based intervention for children.
Empirically Based Play Interventions for Children is a compilation of thirteen chapters that describe the use of play techniques and strategies to meet the needs of children with various psychological and emotional needs. The second edition of this book includes many updates and several entirely new chapters.
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Like its predecessor, the second edition consists of five sections, each with three chapters-except for the final section which has only one chapter. Each chapter is written by a highly regarded expert on his or her respective play interventions with children.
The first section focuses on prevention and features chapters on the Primary Project for early childhood, play-based interventions for children of divorcing parents, and child-centered play therapy for school prevention. The second section addresses play interventions for children with internalizing disorders such as depression, anxiety, or fearfulness. It includes chapters focusing on cognitive-behavioral play therapy for anxiety and depression, play therapy for abused and traumatized children, and play interventions for hospitalized children. Learning Objectives In this 9 unit course: The clinician will be able to: 1.
Discuss the importance of basing play interventions on empirical evidence. List the play interventions that have the most empirical support. Identify which play treatments work best for specific disorders of children. Analyze therapeutic play programs for hospitalized children. Practice a playful imagery technique for chronically ill children.
To receive credit students must register for the course order on-line or call toll-free , after which you will receive the Post-Test. Order directly from. Table of Contents. Preface Sue Bratton, Ph. Reddy, Ph. Schaefer, Ph. Johnson, M. Pedro-Carroll, Ph. Demanchick, MS. Ed University of Rochester, Children's Institute 3.
Jones, Ph. Shelby, Ph. Kreimer, M. Rae, Ph. Sullivan, B. Hall, Ph. Fairleigh Dickinson University 9.
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Herschell, Ph. McNeil, Ph. West Virginia University Bay-Hinitz, Ph. Wilson, M.
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Rogers, Ph. University of California Davis, M. Institute Scott D. Ryan, Ph. Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Charles E. An expert in the field of play therapy, he is the cofounder of the Association for Play Therapy and the founder and co-director of the Play Therapy Training Institute in New Jersey. John Wiley,