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The Play Therapy Dimensions Model: A Decision-Making Guide for Therapists
Written by Lorri Yasenik and Ken Gardner with a Foreword by Joyce C. Mills
The Play Therapy Dimensions Model (PTDM) is a practical guide containing essential information and a number of useful forms for play therapists including:
- Therapist tracking and observation form
- PTDM decision-making guide
- Play therapist self evaluation scale
- Supervision utilizing PTDM
- When and how to apply diverse approaches to play therapy
- Self –awareness for play therapists
- Includes a 60 minute instructional DVD and worksheets
To view the book's Foreword and Table of Contents please click here (pdf)
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Reusable Play Therapy Dimensions Diagram
This erasable/reusable diagram is an ideal treatment planning and supervision tool. It can be used during supervision by the therapist after each session in conjunction with the tracking and observation forms. This form is available in the Appendices of the book The Play Therapy Dimensions Model: A Decision-Making Guide for Therapists. The diagram assists in clinical decision making and evaluation of progress in treatment. This durable laminated diagram comes with a dry-erase pen.
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The What would you do if? Game
The What would you do if? Game was originally designed to engage children and adolescents in therapy. The game has been proven particularly effective in initiating discussions with clients who have difficulties communicating thoughts and feelings. The game was developed to facilitate engagement of reluctant clients using a non-threatening game format. It is also useful in Family Play Therapy sessions to initiate communication among family members, group therapy, or for use in individual counseling as an ice breaker.