A (Tote) Bag of Tricks for Engaging and Working With Children. Esta M. Glazer-Semmel, LCSW-C and Deborah Sarsgard, LCSW-C Family Connections, UMB School of Social Work Title IVE Education for Public Child Welfare Program The Governor’s 10 th Annual Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect
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Esta M. Glazer-Semmel, LCSW-C and Deborah Sarsgard, LCSW-C
Family Connections, UMB School of Social Work
Title IVE Education for Public Child Welfare Program
The Governor’s 10th Annual Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect
April 29, 2003
Funding provided by Maryland DHR-SSA, Title IVE Education for Public Child Welfare Program, UMB School of Social Work and The Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Draw your family
Color my world
“All About Me” book
Draw your nightmare
Safe place drawingThe Kids’ Bag –Art Techniques
HANDOUTA (Tote) Bag of Tricks for Engaging and Working With ChildrenEsta M. Glazer-Semmel, LCSW-C and Deborah Sarsgard, LCSW-CSTANDARD TOY KITPaper(white and colored construction) Crayons, colored pencils, magic markersCard games (Uno, Ungame, Old Maid) Children’s scissors, glue stickPlay Doh or clay (anticipate messiness)Games (Checkers, Candyland)Animal puppets and/or stuffed animalsSmall plastic animals (dinosaurs, mothers and babies)Family figures and/or puppets (ethnically diverse)Matchbox cars and trucks (cop car, ambulance, fire)Play telephones (two)Doll and play baby bottlePlastic hammerBubblesSmall nerf ballMagic wandSunglassesStory booksStickersTreasure boxSources for most materials: Dollar Store, thrift shops, WalMartInexpensive sources for puppets/family figures: www.selfhelpwarehouse.com, www.roseplaytherapy.comSelected ReadingsGill, Eliana. The Healing Power of Play: Working With Abused Children. Guilford Press, 1991.Keduson, Heidi G. and Schaefer (Ed.). 101 Favorite Play Therapy Techniques. Jason Aronson, 2002.