Q&A Lightning Round #2: 7 More Questions From Listeners Answered

Feb 1, 2024

Lightning Round Q&A #2! – I’ve gotten emails saying you like the lightning round format, and the downloads support that opinion, so here we go with Lightning Round #2. Don’t forget that I now have a call-in number that you can ask questions as well. (813) 812-5525. I’m so grateful to you and your investment in child-centered play therapy. You are why I do this podcast. Thank you for your emails and phone calls.

In this episode, I answer the following listener’s questions:

Emily – Note taking
Courtney – Articulating the child-centered process to parents and caregivers
Amanda – Throwing cards scenario
Christine – Case regarding trauma and sexual inappropriateness
Jennie – Child with OCD behaviors, how to advise parents
Christien – Questions about role playing
Katie – Time constraints to working with a child

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References:

  • Cochran, N., Nordling, W., & Cochran, J. (2010). Child-Centered Play Therapy (1st ed.). Wiley.
  • VanFleet, R., Sywulak, A. E., & Sniscak, C. C. (2010). Child-centered play therapy. Guilford Press.
  • Landreth, G. L. (2002). Play therapy: The art of the relationship (2nd ed.). Brunner-Routledge.
  • Bratton, S. C., Landreth, G. L., Kellam, T., & Blackard, S. R. (2006). Child parent relationship therapy (CPRT) treatment manual: A 10-session filial therapy model for training parents. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Benedict, Helen. Themes in Play Therapy. Used with permission to Heartland Play Therapy Institute.
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