The Feeling Cup (Play therapy #3)

This series of articles involve play therapy.  The names and genders of the people involved change from article to article to protect the identity of those in therapy. The children in these play therapy sessions are between 6 and 10.  These articles are by no means a replacement for good play therapy.   They are just... Continue Reading →

Lizard Brain (Play therapy #2)

This series of articles involve play therapy.  The names and genders of the people involved change from article to article to protect the identity of those in therapy. The children in these play therapy sessions are between 6 and 10. Our play therapist (we'll call him Bob) brought out a bucket of playdoh and a... Continue Reading →

Trauma Brain (Play Therapy #1)

This series of articles involve play therapy.  The names and genders of the people involved change from article to article to protect the identity of those in therapy. The children in these play therapy sessions are between 6 and 10.  This is by no means a replacement for good play therapy.   If your child is... Continue Reading →

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