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Thanks for telling us about the terapla. Return to Book Page. Preview — Play Therapy by Virginia M. Play Therapy by Virginia M. It is unpretentious yet clearly the most authoritative work that has been published. Professor of Psychiatry Yale University School of Medicine Here is an tearpia practical book that gives specific illustrations of how therapy can be implemented in play contacts, an “The most brilliant and intuitive, as well as the clearest written, work in this field.
Professor of Psychiatry Yale University School of Medicine Here is an intensely practical book that gives specific illustrations of how therapy can be implemented in play contacts, and tells how the toys of the playroom can be vivid performers and aids in growth. Axline has taken true case histories from the rich mine of verbatim case material of children referred for play therapy, choosing children ranging in age, problem, and personality.
It’s all here in an important and rewarding book for parents, teachers, and anyone who comes in contact with children. PaperbackRevised Editionpages. Published December 12th by Ballantine Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Play Therapyplease sign up. Tterapia I read this book online? See 1 question about Play Therapy…. Lists with This Book. Jun 22, Thu rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Recommended to Thu by: This book is a very informative, intriguing, and inspiring argument for Axline’s method of non-directive play therapy.
Axline provides the accounts of several different examples of real play therapy sessions, combined with discussion and critique of the therapists’ methods. I would definitely recommend this book to anybody interested in childcare. Although this book is directed towards therapists and other childcare workers, people who interact with children on a much more personal and emotional This book is a very informative, intriguing, and inspiring argument for Axline’s method teraipa non-directive play terapiw.
Although this book is directed towards therapists and other childcare workers, people who interact with children on a much more personal and emotional basis such as parents and guardians might also benefit by learning about the effectiveness of reflection and acceptance of children’s feelings. May 19, Naciye rated it it was amazing. A very informative book. Essential reading for anyone working with children. I found this book to be very useful as it shows how play therapy can be implemented.
I found it especially useful, as in a few of the case studies, the therapist does not respond therapeutically and the author talks about this. Jul 31, Andrew Barnett rated it really liked it Shelves: This book has helped me a lot in my practice, as a general overview of play therapy, and to reconnect with the founding principles of the work.
I skip around in it, some of the sections seem superfluous, but it does have a lot of transcripts from sessions along with Axline’s analysis of what happened in the treatment, which can be useful in understanding how she perceived the work she was doing, and how she tdrapia go about judging ‘good therapy’ child-centered with ‘bad therapy’.
Well worth rea This book has helped me a lot in my practice, as a general overview of play therapy, and to reconnect with the founding principles of the work. Well worth reading for clinicians who work with children. Jul 20, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: Play Therapy is a growing field. This book by Virginia Axline is an important book setting up the basics of the field, with case histories and examples.
It is important to note this book is from and uses language and thoughts from the time period, which would now be offensive. Feb 15, Bolor rated it really liked it.
Sep 10, Jill rated it really liked it Shelves: Realted to Dibs in Search of Self, this book provides more instances of therapeutic interactions. The sum of those examples is a better udnerstanding and familiarity of what can happen in a session with a child, ways to respond, what might happen with different responses, and how some of those relationships could develop.
Years later, this book reminds of better techniques and possible techniques, and I use the ideas in my evaluations to obtain more information about the child’s functioning, as w Realted to Dibs in Search of Self, this book provides more instances of therapeutic interactions.
Years later, this book reminds of better techniques and possible techniques, and I use the ideas in my evaluations to obtain more information about the child’s functioning, as well. Jan 05, Academic Eric is currently reading it Shelves: Some of what I’ve gotten so far: The Eight Basic Principles: Develop a warm, friendly relationship The therapist accepts the child exactly as he is.
Jul 05, Uma Sreekanth rated it really liked it. This book, although an old reference to Play Therapy, still manages to provide a strong foundation to the principles and theories that it is based on. With excerpts from sessions and several case studies to address the subtle issues that a therapist is likey to confront, this book is a must-read for a psychotherapist: Feb 03, Stevendragonknight rated it liked it.
Oversimplifies a really complex process. It pulls from older case files. I hope a more modern book will help incorporate the more recent research. Still the classic skills are all still spelled out and relevant in the book.
Nov 10, Tahnie marked it as to-read. I think this is vital to a Child Life Specialist’s library. Aug 20, Chandra rated it it was amazing.
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Some things are outdated now, but it is a great baseline! Sep 10, AndreaD’A rated it liked it Shelves: A little dated, understandable since it was written in but shares some amazing information.
Sep 12, Kerry rated it liked it. Enjoyed the overall message of the book wxline found ti quite longwinded. More suitable for a therapist specialising in that area. Aug 17, Mindy marked it as to-read.
This is where his teaching style is inspired. Jul 26, Jobiska Cindy rated it liked it Shelves: Old, but still useful.
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Jan 20, Olgasandy added it. Mar 07, Lezlee Hays rated it really liked it. An oldie tterapia a goodie, Axline does a great job of outlining and extolling the virtues of the simplicity of play and it’s therapeutic benefit. Jan 24, Laurie rated it it was amazing.
Just read the first half for work Mar 11, Alyssa rated it really liked it. Dec 08, Raneem rated it really liked it.
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Trivia About Play Therapy. No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from Play Therapy. They are overlapping and interdependent. For example, the therapist cannot be accepting without being permissive.
She cannot be permissive without being accepting. She cannot leave the responsibility to make choices up to the child that she does not respect. The degree to which the therapist is able to put these principles into practice seems to affect the depth to which the therapy can go.
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