30 Games and Activities for Self-Regulation - The Inspired Treehouse
How can you support the development of self-regulation in kids? This huge resource is full of self-regulation games, information, books, and more!
I use worry stones with numerous students throughout the school year. The concept is that if you rub the worry stone in your hand then it ...
Mental Fills Counseling Tools
Browse over 150 educational resources created by Mental Fills Counseling Tools in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Play Therapy Techniques: 30 Therapeutic Activities for Children
30 simple yet effective therapeutic activities for children to teach healthy anger management, improve self-control, increase empowerment, and manage fear, anxiety, and depression while also building proper problem-solving skills.
Using Games in Therapy
Games are an engaging way to build the therapeutic relationship while assessing a child's strengths and areas where there is room for growth. Playing
Solution Focused School Counseling: Goal Setting & Strength-Based Interventions
Using Solution Focused Brief Counseling at SchoolExpand your school counseling go-to interventions, tools & "tricks"! Inspired by Solution Focused Brief Therapy, this School Counselor Toolbox features engaging, developmentally appropriate tools that can used with students to help them recognize...
calplaytherapy: “ Documenting Play Therapy: Ken Schwartzenberger created this guide that provides examples of how to document use of play therapy to meet LA Department of Mental Health/Medi-Cal...
Play Genogram Child Therapy Intervention
This is an intervention that should definitely be in your play therapy toolbox! I use this intervention with almost every child that I work with because I find out such valuable information about family dynamics. This is particularly helpful with children in foster care, children of divorce, children with multiple homes, and children who have lost a loved one. This intervention…
The Relationship: the key to play therapy - Play Dr Mom
PlayDrMom discusses the importance of the relationship between child and therapist within play therapy.
How To Become a Play Therapist
By Amy Flaherty, LPE-I, RPT - Guest Blogger Ever wanted to be a play therapist but have gotten confused when trying to figure out just H...
Play Therapy - the healing path with children
Parents Professionals The APT E-Learning Center serves the needs of mental health professionals wishing more clinical play therapy information and/or more opportunities to earn non-contact continuing education credit. Why Become a Registered Play Therapist? Becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) is not necessary in order to use play therapy during the treatment process. However, when … Continue reading Play Therapy →
Top 10 Must-Watch Play Therapy Videos | Sandtray Therapy Training
10 Must-watch play therapy videos for featuring both directive and non-directive play therapy
How to Explain Play Therapy
One of the trickiest things about play therapy is explaining it to others. This includes parents, teachers, school professionals, pediatricians, lawyers, daycare providers, other mental health providers, and even colleagues. It is valuable for important people in the child’s life to get a sense of what you are doing in the playroom and why. The…
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