Counseling children through the world of play / Daniel S. Sweeney ; [print]

By: Sweeney, Daniel S [author]Contributor(s): Landreth, Garry L [aft]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Eugene, Oregon : Wipf and Stock Publishers, [(c)2001Description: xxii, 297 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781579106546; 1579106544Subject(s): Children -- Pastoral counseling of | Children -- Counseling of | Play -- Psychological aspects | Play therapy | Church work with children | Pastoral counseling | Religious CounselingGenre/Form: Children Counseling. LOC classification: BV639.C686 2001BV639.C4.S974.C686 2001COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT: covered - CIU has obtained rights for you to copy and share this title in electronic or print format with students, faculty, and staff.https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
PART ONE: ENTERING THE CHILD'S WORLD The child's world Children communicate through play.
PART TWO: PLAY American SamoaTHERAPY Play therapy as a foundational treatment Working with parents The playroom and materials Conducting a child play therapy session Therapeutic limit setting Using stories, sandplay, and art in play therapy Issues in counseling children through play Parent training: filial therapy.
PART THREE: TREATING CHILDREN WITH DISTINCT NEEDS Treating traumatized children Treating disruptive behavior problems Treating disruptive behavior problems Treating anxious and depressed children Treating other common childhood problems Children and psychopharmacology, written with Ross Tatum, M.D.
Summary: Children in today's world sometimes undergo traumatic experiences, such as abuse, divorce of parents, loss of a loved one, school problems. Even trained counselors struggle to find ways to help children process their hurts. This book offers a soundly integrated approach that helps counselors enter the child's world--the world of play--to help them heal. Through play-therapy relationships, counselors, social workers, and other children's workers can help children say with toys what they have difficulty saying with words. Toys become the play therapist's tools to help unlock the healing process for the wounded child. https://www.amazon.com/Counseling-Children-Through-World-Play/dp/0842303073/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=9781579106546&qid=1582676570&sr=8-1
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Previously published by Tyndale House Publishers, 1997.

PART ONE: ENTERING THE CHILD'S WORLD The child's world Children communicate through play.

PART TWO: PLAY American SamoaTHERAPY Play therapy as a foundational treatment Working with parents The playroom and materials Conducting a child play therapy session Therapeutic limit setting Using stories, sandplay, and art in play therapy Issues in counseling children through play Parent training: filial therapy.

PART THREE: TREATING CHILDREN WITH DISTINCT NEEDS Treating traumatized children Treating disruptive behavior problems Treating disruptive behavior problems Treating anxious and depressed children Treating other common childhood problems Children and psychopharmacology, written with Ross Tatum, M.D.

Children in today's world sometimes undergo traumatic experiences, such as abuse, divorce of parents, loss of a loved one, school problems. Even trained counselors struggle to find ways to help children process their hurts. This book offers a soundly integrated approach that helps counselors enter the child's world--the world of play--to help them heal. Through play-therapy relationships, counselors, social workers, and other children's workers can help children say with toys what they have difficulty saying with words. Toys become the play therapist's tools to help unlock the healing process for the wounded child.

https://www.amazon.com/Counseling-Children-Through-World-Play/dp/0842303073/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=9781579106546&qid=1582676570&sr=8-1

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Daniel S. Sweeney, Ph.D., L.P.C., M.F.C.C., R.P.T.-S, former assistant director of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas, is now an assistant professor of counseling at George Fox University in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Sweeney has extensive experience working with children and families in his private practice as well as in the settings of therapeutic foster care, community mental health, and pastoral counseling. Sweeney has presented workshops on play therapy, filial therapy, and sandplay at numerous state and national conferences. He has written several articles about play-therapy issues and is the coathor (with Dr. Garry L. Landreth) of Play Therapy Interventions with Children's Problems. Daniel and his wife, Marla, have four children and live in Newberg, Oregon.

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