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Play therapy interventions

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Child Centered Play Therapy: Session Skills Cheat Sheet Free Download - MMHS

Child Centered Play Therapy is one of my most favorite Play Therapy theories and modalities for younger children. AND sometimes older children depending on developmental age. But most...


Review by Sharlene Christensen, CMHC, RPT I am pleased to have the opportunity to write for the newsletter today. I wanted to share a fun intervention called “The Worry Worms”. […]

House of Boundaries Game - a play therapy game to address healthy social boundaries, online safety, levels of relationship, and handling bullies. Children will become aware of red flags to potential problems in relationships and how to respond.

This game was birthed from the need for a way to explain to kids various levels of relationships and appropriate boundaries for each level. I've worked with many kids who will either open up to people completely or are completely closed off. They struggle with finding the middle ground. I came up with the analogy of a house with many rooms to explain how to set limits with others based on the trust in the relationship. It helps kids conceptualize different aspects to relationships and…

15 CBT-Based games for kids - Builds social  emotional skills development - #SEL #SocialSkills #SelfRegulation #TherapyGames #TherapyAtHome

Therapy games are one way to help children who struggle with emotional regulation. Playing CBT contains 15 different therapy games for children.

Top 3 Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy Toys

I'm Ann Meehan, an LPCC, ​RPT-S ™ , and EMDR Consultant. I help therapists that work with kids and teens go from a place of stress and survival to inspired and thriving. I give child therapists...

Tell me a story: an intervention for telehealth and beyond – Art of Social Work

This “tell me a story” intervention is easy and adaptable. It also allows you to engage a child through different platforms like telehealth, by leading to more sustained attention. Tell me a story …