Self-Fixing Theme In Play Therapy
In this episode of the Play Therapy Podcast, I delve into a significant theme: self fixing in the context of play therapy. We’ve explored fixing and failure to fix before, but self fixing presents a unique perspective. It’s when a child perceives something broken within themselves and takes it upon themselves to fix it, showcasing a profound level of vulnerability. This theme can arise when a child feels they must navigate growth and healing independently or when they’ve shouldered a caretaker role within their family dynamics.
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