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Why Play Therapy Works

By admin | January 10, 2013

By Marilee Woolstenhulme, CSW Play Therapy works because all forms of play therapy, whether directive or non-directive, honor the child’s capacity for self-actualization, which empowers a child and produces self-confidence.…

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Who Can Benefit From Play Therapy?

By admin | January 10, 2013

By Annabella Hagen When parents decide to have their children participate in play therapy, the whole family benefits as parents are taught skills that can be used with the other…

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Why Play Therapy Works

By admin | January 10, 2013

By Annabella Hagen Before I met Johnny for the first time, I met with his parents.  Johnny was three months short of being ten-years-old.  He was adopted when he was…

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Uplift Families – Recognizing Anxiety and Depression in Children with Collette Dawson-Loveless

April 24, 2018

(KUTV) Salt Lake City – Today on Fresh Living, Collette Dawson-Loveless, of Uplift Families, joined Kari & Brooke today on Fresh Living to talk about Anxiety and Depression in children,…

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Play Therapy for Non-Verbal Children: A Parent’s Perspective

October 14, 2016

By Alison Mackey, PhD I recently attended Dr. Garry Landreth’s two-day seminar on play therapy hosted by the UAPT. I came to the conference, not as a professional but as…

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Confessions of a Play Therapist Who Had Forgotten — A Conference Review

October 14, 2016

By Annabella Hagen, LCSW, RPT-S I knew Garry Landreth was an amazing child psychologist. I had heard his workshops at the International APT conferences several times and was also at…

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