How To Stay True To Child-Centered Play Therapy With Teens And Tweens
In this episode of the Play Therapy Podcast, we dive into a question raised by three listeners: Nneka from England, Anna from Canada, and Grace from California. They’re curious about adjusting child-centered play therapy for tweens and teens, a topic important as kids grow into their teenage years. We talk about finding the right balance between play and more serious talk. I share why it’s helpful for teens to do something with their hands while talking and how to provide various options in the playroom. It’s all about keeping the child-centered approach, even with older kids. A big thank you to Nneka, Anna, and Grace for their great questions. If you have more, email me at [email protected]. Join us in this insightful discussion and let’s keep learning and growing in the world of child-centered play therapy.
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