Earn non-contact continuing education credit by completing a quiz based on the book.
Aggression in Play Therapy: A Neurobiological Approach to Integrating Intensity offers a way to work with aggressive play that allows children to learn how integrate the intensity they are experiencing from their thoughts, emotions, and sensations while simultaneously supporting regulation in the therapist’s nervous system. These will help therapists understand the neurobiological processes that lead kids to dys-regulation, and help them facilitate emotional healing in their clients.
Topics Covered Include:
- What Regulation Really Means
- Making Aggressive Play Therapeutic
- Authentic Expression
- Setting Boundaries
- Hyper-Aroused Play
- Observing Play
- Hypo-Aroused Play
- Working with Parents
- Developing Yourself as the External Regulator
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