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The Carmichael Therapist/Client Interaction Matrix was developed to graphically depict the relationship between the level of therapist’s responses and the client’s behaviors in therapy. The purpose of the study was to develop an instrument that could be used in supervision of therapists and...
Axline’s book Play Therapy, published in 1947, serves as a model in instructional techniques for many students wishing to learn basic skills utilizing play therapy as an assessment and treatment tool. Her insight, examples, and direction give guidance and substance to future clinicians who want...
A three day intensive supervision/training workshop model developed at the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas is described. The model provides 27 hours of supervision and training and incorporates a small group supervision format in which each participant receives live...
Differences in play themes, play characteristics, object use, and narratives, of coping and difficulty-coping children are examined, and the assessment and therapeutic value of sandplay is discussed. Five subjects, from grades 2 and 3, were each assigned to the coping group (CG) and...
The use of anatomical dolls to assess for child sexual abuse remains controversial The goal of this literature review was to investigate two aspects of this controversy: (1) Are anatomical dolls valid tools to assess child sexual abuse? and (2) What progress has been made towards the development...
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