Q&A Lightning Round #3: 4 More Questions From Listeners Answered

Feb 8, 2024

Lightning Round Q&A #3! – Four listeners contacted me with 5 topics of questions, so here we go with Lightning Round #3. Thank you to Jess for calling into the new call-in number, (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.

Question Topics:
– Theraplay
– Sleeping arrangements w/ parents
– Follow-up to Toy-Takers episode – Less than 10 words rule exceptions
– Bossy child client

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