MM Post-Test

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The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) is based on the idea that the brain develops

The following are all part of Axline's 8 basic principles EXCEPT one

According to the presentation, the following are all ways to assess progress towards internal growth EXCEPT

Internal growth leads to external behavioral change

Just "playing" is NOT as important as when the child plays out symbolic/meaningful play

The following are examples of when more structure may be clinically indicated in Child-Centered Play Therapy EXCEPT

SMART goals are

Play Therapy treatment plans can include

The presenter uses the term "Meaningful Moments" to refer to

The most important part of child-centered play therapy is

The following EXCEPT one are examples of progress towards internal growth that might be observed in a play therapy session

The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) was created by

Types of play that are considered "lower level" play according to the NMT model are

In the presentation, the right brain refers to

In the presentation, the left brain refers to

An example of translating a therapist’s observation of "shows rigidity in play" into a GROWTH objective is

Treatment goals are recommended because

Once symptoms resolve it is best practice to

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