One important rule that many play therapists promote is consistency.

Termination is a process that begins with decreasing play therapy sessions from weekly to every other week, then to once a month.

. Play therapy works by allowing children sessions of “free play” or “unstructured play” whereby they often expose vulnerabilities and anxieties as they go.

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Play therapy works by allowing children sessions of “free play” or “unstructured play” whereby they often expose vulnerabilities and anxieties as they go. With young children, PT sessions look like play, but they are goal oriented. Therapy Session.

A play therapist is trained to observe the child’s behavior during the play sessions, explore issues with the child, make a diagnosis and construct activities that can help the child heal.

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. Appointments may be scheduled anywhere from once a month to twice a week.

A play therapist will observe the child playing with toys and note any recurring themes that may stem from trauma or anxiety.
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In non-directional or child-centered play, child is the one who directs the session, and his relationship with the therapist is the key of promoting a positive change.

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Play therapy is real therapy conducted in the medium of play.

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"The pure joyfulness that comes from being a pediatric physical therapist is the creativity and avenues you can take.

Rehearsing the new skills and behaviors.

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