Efficiacy – What the Research Says about Play Therapy
The Efficacy of Play Therapy with Children: A Meta Analytic Review of Treatment Outcomes, Bratton et. al (2005).
The Importance of Play in Promoting Healthy Child Development and Maintaining Strong Parent Bonds, Ginsberg, (2006), American Academy of Pediatrics
Children’s Book List – This is a list of children’s books organized by category and age group. (Some examples of categories include: being a friend, accepting different kinds of friends, happy feelings, sad feelings, angry feelings, worried feelings, caring about others, problem solving, self confidence, good behavior expectations, family relationships, bullying/teasing, grief/loss). – From Vanderbilt University
Emotions and Self-Regulation
Sensory Processing Challenges Symptom Checklist For Schools
Sensory Processing Challenges Symptom Checklist For Parents
Understanding Sexual Behaviors of Young Children– from Fairfax County Department of Family Services
Understanding and Coping with Sexual Behavior Problems in Children– from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Trauma, Brain and Relationships: Helping Children Heal – Documentary with Bryan Post, Phd and Bruce Perry, MD on trauma and attachment and brain chemistry.