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Play Products: Rory’s Story Cubes

Welcome to the fifth installment in the play products series! This series discusses play therapy products that I frequently use in my work as a play therapist and products that I think are valuable for you to know about! As a disclosure, I have no connection to the marketers of this product. I am simply recommending… Continue reading Play Products: Rory’s Story Cubes

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A Laughter Filled Way to Prevent Burnout

Burnout is one of those terms that is thrown around all over the place in the field of counseling and so many other helping professions. We're always told "don't burnout" and "be mindful to prevent burnout." Of course, we want to be in the field as long as we can and to do this, we… Continue reading A Laughter Filled Way to Prevent Burnout

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Play Products: Meebie Doll

Welcome to the next post in the play products series! This series discusses play therapy products that I frequently use in my work as a play therapist and products that I think are valuable for you to know about! As a disclosure, I have no connection to the marketers of this product. I am simply recommending… Continue reading Play Products: Meebie Doll

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Play Products: Emotes Rescue Quest

Welcome to my next post in the series “Play Products.” In this series, I will be discussing play therapy products that I frequently use in my work as a play therapist. As a disclosure, I have no connection to the marketers of this product. I am simply recommending this product to you all because I believe… Continue reading Play Products: Emotes Rescue Quest

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Strengthen Your Therapeutic Reflections

Reflections are a key aspect of child-centered play therapy. Being able to make strong reflections will help develop counselor's abilities to work in not only child counseling, but counseling with adults and adolescents as well. Reflections are so important in counseling because they not only communication to the client that you are listening, but that… Continue reading Strengthen Your Therapeutic Reflections

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Play Products: Mad Dragons

Welcome to the second post in the play products series! This series discusses play therapy products that I frequently use in my work as a play therapist and products that I think are valuable for you to know about! As a disclosure, I have no connection to the marketers of this product. I am simply recommending… Continue reading Play Products: Mad Dragons

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The Importance of Play in Group Therapy

< Play is children's way to communicate. Children do not have the cognitive ability to extensively communicate verbally like adults do. This is why play therapy is such a helpful way for children to solve their inner conflicts! Not only is play therapy a helpful intervention in individual therapy, but it is helpful in group… Continue reading The Importance of Play in Group Therapy