Reaching Children Through Play Therapy
- Norton, Carol Crowell, Ed.D.
- Norton, Byron, Ed.D.
We are well into a new era in which children of all ages and from every socio-economic background are pushed toward television, computers, and battery operated toys instead of imaginative and creative play. This leaves many children developmentally deprived since imaginative and fantasy play allows children to explore their world and express their innermost thoughts and feelings, hopes and fears, likes and dislikes. Through play, decisions can be made without any penalty or fear of failure. Play allows children to gain control over their thoughts, feelings, and actions, and helps them achieve a sense of self-confidence.
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DC#: 618.92 N
1 in stock (can be backordered)