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Play therapy

Author: Virginia Mae Axline
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Ballantine books edView all editions and formats
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Axline, Virginia Mae, 1911-1988.
Play therapy.
New York : Ballantine Books, [1969]
(OCoLC)776512367
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Mae Axline
ISBN: 0345303350 9780345303356
OCLC Number: 7651
Description: 374 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: Part one: Introduction --
Some children are like this --
Play therapy --
Part two: The non-directive play-therapy situation and participants --
The playroom and suggested materials --
The child --
The therapist --
An indirect participant --
the parent or parent-substitute --
Part three: The principles of non-directive play therapy --
The eight basic principles --
Establishing rapport --
Accepting the child completely --
Establishing a feeling of permissiveness --
Recognition and reflection of feelings --
Maintaining respect for the child --
The child leads the way --
Therapy cannot be hurried --
The value of limitations --
Part four: Implications for education --
Practical schoolroom application --
Application to parent-teacher relationships --
Application to teacher-administrator relationships --
Part five: Annotated therapy records --
Excerpts from individual therapy records --
Excerpts from group-therapy records --
Complete group-therapy record and evaluation --
Combined individual and group-therapy contacts --
A teacher-therapist deals with a handicapped child.
Responsibility: Virginia M. Axline.

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by JeffGirard (WorldCat user on 2008-02-28)

PART ONE: Introduction 1. Some Children Are Like This 2. Play Therapy PART TWO: The Non-Directive Play Therapy Situation and Participants 3. The Playroom and Suggested Materials 4. The Child 5. The Therapist 6. An Indirect Participant - The Parent or Parent-Substitute PART THREE: The Principles of Non-Directive Play Therapy 7. The Eight Basic Principles 8. Establishing Rapport 9. Accepting the Child Completely 10. Establishing a Feeling of Permissiveness 11. Recognition and Reflection of Feelings 12. Maintaining Respect for the Child 13. The Child Leads the Way 14. Therapy Cannot be Hurried 15. The Value of Limitations PART FOUR: Implications for Education 16. Practical Schoolroom Application 17. Application to Parent-Teacher Relationships 18. Application to Teacher-Administrator Relationships PART FIVE: Annotated Therapy Records 19. Exerpts from Individual Therapy Records 20. Exerpts from Group-Therapy Records 21. Complete Group-Therapy Record and Evaluation 22. Combined Individual and Group-Therapy Contacts 23. A Teacher-Therapist Deals with a Handicapped Child

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by JeffGirard (WorldCat user published 2008-03-02) Excellent Permalink
I can scarcely describe how much this book informed and changed me as an undergraduate studying clinical psychology. Theory is broken into logical subchapters and peppered with examples that run through the entire book. Complete case histories from multiple therapists are included and critiqued to exemplify...
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