Highly recommended to AAPT practitioners and to parents of children involved with AAPT, so they can participate more fully in the therapy. Also, I’d strongly recommend it to practitioners who have ‘office pets’ who may double as informal ‘therapy animals,’ since the book gives excellent tips on liability, choosing the proper animal and setting, and avoiding ‘bad outcomes.’
- How Parents Can Help Children Through Traumatic Events – Expanded
- Pandemic Response for Mental Health and Play Therapists – Some Thoughts and Considerations
- The Concept of Resistance In Therapy: A Reexamination During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Case Formulation Guide for Professionals Working with Children and Families
- What is Play Therapy?