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Lessons from the Playroom

Jul 31, 2017

"Game act as metaphors, providing insight into a child's feelings" - Lisa Dion

From Candyland’s Gum Drop Mountain to the rungs of Chutes and Ladders, games in play therapy are more than a race to the finish line. They provide us with direct insight into the minds and nervous system states of our child clients. Learn some tips on how to make games in your play therapy sessions more than about just winning and losing.

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