Family/Play Therapy reading suggestions?

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  1. fiatslug

    fiatslug Senior Member
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    So, I'm totally digging my kiddies and parents (esp the f'd up kiddies and f'd up parents), and wanting to do some more reading on family/play therapy. Any suggestions for articles/books?
     
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  3. watto

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    Hobday and Ollier's Creative Therapy for Children and Adolecents. From the British Psychological Society. Good, practical exercises (I like the face mask drawing tool for expressing feelings) with theory provided to back them up.
     
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    There is a game, called The Talking, Feeling, and Doing Game. You can buy it on-line, try googling it.
     
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    My God I'm dreading my child psych rotation. I'm not gonna be good at this.
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