May 31, 2018
"The fear of going towards something in the playroom is a reflection of a wound in us that hasn't healed." - Lisa Dion
As play therapists, we're often taught to check ourselves at the door. But, when the child's challenges reflect our own, this is difficult for even the most seasoned clinician. What happens when we embrace the mirror and tap into our humanness? You just might experience some of the most powerful sessions when you see yourself in your client's struggle.
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