Play Therapy by Karla Delle Carmichael
An Introduction

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This first edition book provides a comparison of play therapy theories in the areas of basic tenets, toy selection, role of the therapist, process of therapy, setting of limits, parent involvement, and assessment.  Unique chapters on ethics, law, culture, diagnosis and assessment make this title a complete text for the basic course in play therapy and as a foundation for advanced play technique courses. The book is illustrated with over 70 pictures of children and play therapists in a variety of play settings, including a large empty classroom to specially designed playrooms.  Counselors in K-12 school settings and other agencies.
 

About Karla Delle Carmichael

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Karla D. Carmichael is an associate professor at the University of Alabama.
 
Published July 7, 2005 by Pearson. 352 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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