A workshop presented for Oakton Community College Play Therapy Jeffrey K. Edwards, Ed.D. Northeastern Illinois University Family Counseling Program Department of Counselor Education 773-442-5541 Copyrighted 2001 COURSE DESCRIPTION
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Jeffrey K. Edwards, Ed.D.
Northeastern Illinois University
Family Counseling Program
Department of Counselor Education
History, Models, and Beginning
Help child become aware of his or her feelings.
Have a place where child can feel safe in exploration of self.
Learn and practice self-control and alternative behaviors.
Develop capacity to trust adults.
Develop capacity to relate to an adult in an open, positive and caring manner.Typical Goals of Therapy
4. Play is the most appropriate method of treatment at this time;
5. There is someone available, and with the skills or has access to training and supervision.
Child-Centered Play Therapy
The seminal work on play therapy with children was written by Virginia Axlin in 1947. She outlined eight principles of working with children in therapeutic relationship that makes good sense even today. They are:
Practice Reports, Model, and Tailor Made Session
Filial Play Therapy
Bernard and Louise Gureney
Family Play Therapy
FactualTypical Differences between Individual and Family Play Therapy
Group Play Therapy