If you could learn new tools to use to integrate parents into the play therapy process in a way that could facilitate healing, would you use them?
What if you can be you in the play therapy room, no matter what the situation or circumstances … at ease, confident, caring, aware, totally present … regardless of who’s in the room with you?
As play therapists, many of us have an easier time kids than we do with parents. The Keys to the Magic presents you with other possibilities.
Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-S has worked for over twenty years with kids and families as a play therapist and family therapist. “Over the years, my practice has evolved into what I call Family Centered Play Therapy.” The Keys to the Magic provides you with an overview of Family Centered Play Therapy, and so much more.
The Keys to the Magic
Contains tools you can use and questions you can ask to:
•Be more at ease in the play therapy room
•Learn new ways to integrate parents into the play therapy process
•Discover what works for you as a therapist
•Know how to respond to any situation that can arise
•Be You in the play therapy room
•Speak the language of play
•Do assessments from a different perspective
•Add new interventions both inside and outside of the play therapy room to your tool kit
•Have so much fun with your clients