Instability Theme In Play Therapy
In this episode of the Play Therapy Podcast, we’re diving into the theme of instability. It’s a theme that often partners up with others like good versus bad play or rescue play. Picture this: in a child’s play, things are always on the edge of falling or falling apart—instability in action. This theme shows up a lot in imaginative play, like when characters are balancing on the edge of something. But what does it mean for the child? Most of the time, it reflects how they see their own world—unstable and shaky. It’s like they’re mirroring their real-life feelings through their play. It’s a fascinating theme that usually leads to problem-solving and fixing, showcasing a child’s resilience. This podcast episode breaks it all down, giving therapists valuable insights to help our young clients. Remember, our work matters. Every hour spent with a child in play therapy is a chance to make a meaningful impact on their world. So, let’s keep empowering young hearts and minds.
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