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eBook A Manual of Dynamic Play Therapy: Helping Things Fall Apart, the Paradox of Play download ISBN: 1849058792
Author: David Crenshaw,Dennis McCarthy
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 1 edition (February 15, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1494 kb
Fb2: 1984 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences

Play, by its very nature, always results in things falling apart, often literally, and children generally find satisfaction in this .

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I really enjoyed this book, it was hard to put down, and you can't say that of many practice manuals. For anyone who works with children, it will be a riveting read.

Dennis McCarthy is a licensed mental health counselor in New York state and is the director of Metamorfos Institute. Initially trained as a dancer, he weaves the body's innate urge to move into all of his work. Dennis McCarthy's "Manual" can serve as potent inspiration to anyone trying to assist children in emerging from psychological distress.

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Play Therapy : Helping Things Fall Apart, the Paradox of Play. Children will experience natural growth and change throughout their lives

A Manual of Dynamic Play Therapy : Helping Things Fall Apart, the Paradox of Play. Children will experience natural growth and change throughout their lives. Play, by its very nature, always results in things falling apart, often literally, and children generally find satisfaction in this process of collapse and renewal. This book harnesses the power of the reorganizing process to elicit positive and profound change in children dealing with social, neurological, developmental, health and family issues.

Play, by its very nature, always results in things falling apart, often literally, and children generally . The author clarifies the theory behind this innovative play therapy approach, and explains its practical application to a full spectrum of client needs, using inspirational, real-life anecdotes as examples.

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A manual of dynamic play therapy: helping things fall apart, the paradox of play, by Dennis McCarthy

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Helping Things Fall Apart, the Paradox of Play. Books related to A Manual of Dynamic Play Therapy. He also describes the importance of using symbols in play therapy and focuses on ways to enable children to act out their internal aggression in a safe and healthy manner.

The Association for Play Therapy (APT) has been approved by NBCC as an. .Critique dynamic play therapy and how the falling apart of the play can lead to profound healing in a child

The Association for Play Therapy (APT) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5636. APT is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Critique dynamic play therapy and how the falling apart of the play can lead to profound healing in a child. Discuss the importance of symbols in play. Author(s): Dennis McCarthy.

Children will experience natural growth and change throughout their lives. Play, by its very nature, always results in things falling apart, often literally, and children generally find satisfaction in this process of collapse and renewal.

This book harnesses the power of the reorganizing process to elicit positive and profound change in children dealing with social, neurological, developmental, health and family issues. The author clarifies the theory behind this innovative play therapy approach, and explains its practical application to a full spectrum of client needs, using inspirational, real-life anecdotes as examples. He also describes the importance of using symbols in play therapy and focuses on ways to enable children to act out their internal aggression in a safe and healthy manner.

This will be essential reading for play therapists and other professionals working therapeutically with children and their families.

Comments: (4)
Pad
It usually takes years of experience to become a gifted play therapist, for therapy is an art, not a science. The ART of doing therapy is not taught in academia, but an approach to that art can be gained by study of the McCarthy Manual. The Manual engages the reader in a deep understanding of client issues and discloses effective methods of working with those issues. McCarthy backs up his theories and methods with fascinating examples. His book is clear and engaging. Therapists at all levels of exerience will gain by reading this book. (Manual purchased at Amozon Books)
Forey
Love Dennis McCarthy! So inspiring!
Molace
Dennis McCarthy's "Manual" can serve as potent inspiration to anyone trying to assist children in emerging from psychological distress. In suggesting that the child therapist engage in "Witnessing" and "Containing," McCarthy portrays therapy as an open ended joining-with and acceptance-of the child's play.
McCarthy proceeds to flesh out his notions of "Provoking" and "Envisioning" with diverse case examples. These examples reveal powerful means through which a child's innate healing forces can be awakened -- in a journey that regularly runs through dark realms of aggression and destruction. Although this book offers a multitude of techniques and methodologies, the reader experiences McCarthy more as an encouraging co-adventurer, rather than a remote Authority - an attitude that no doubt communicates to the many children whom Dennis McCarthy has helped.
Uste
I loved this book on many levels: It reveals the style and depth of a gifted clinicians' experience. It also offers many valuable insights relevant for professionals doing play therapy with children, as well as for professionals working in other modalities. I strongly recommend it. A good read.
Robin O. Scherm, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist.