Welcome to CCPT Post-Test!
You will have 3 attempts to receive at least 75% to pass the test. You must pass the test to receive CEs.
Using play is important in play therapy because:
Which of the following is NOT a therapeutic benefit of play in Play Therapy:
Fill in the blank of this famous quote, “For children, _____ are their words and _____ is their language.” (Landreth, 2005)
Which of the following is NOT considered one of the Therapeutic Powers of Play as outlined by Schafer and Drewes:
True or False: Gestalt play therapy is the newest form of play therapy as it was just established in the last year.
The founders of Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) are considered to be these people:
Fill in the blanks: “Toys are _____ not _____.” – Landreth
Which of the following is a characteristic of Non-Directive Play Therapy:
Which of the following approach is CCPT rooted in:
Which of the following is true about CCPT:
Which of the following is NOT true regarding toys provided in Play Therapy:
Some common toys found in a play therapy room include:
True or False: Play Therapy offices should contain as many visible representations of cultural diversity as possible.
Which of the following is an example of Nurturing toys:
Which of the following is an example of Aggressive Release toys:
Which of the following is NOT true about CCPT:
Which of the following statements represents a Way of Being in CCPT:
Which of the following is NOT included in Axline’s 8 basic principles for Play Therapy:
In CCPT, the most important tenet is:
Which of the following is a characteristic of Therapeutic Play:
True or False: Play behaviors and play themes are the same.
Which of the following should be considered when thinking about play themes:
Examples of play themes include:
Child-Centered Play Therapists believe that the therapist should clean up after the child because:
A possible meaning behind the play behavior of throwing toys:
The play skill “tracking” refers to:
When therapist notices the effort rather than praising the outcome, which play skill is being used:
Landreth says it’s important to create predictability and consistency, so the child knows what to expect in CCPT. One way of doing that is:
What is a common mistake the therapist can make in a CCPT session:
Which of the following is included in Landreth’s rules for limit setting:
Which of the following is NOT part of the therapeutic limit setting process:
Stages in play therapy as written by Norton are:
Which of the following is an example of showing positive regard and attunement as a way of doing (non-verbal):
The child asks in a session, “What does this do?” and the therapist responds with “Hmm, you’re wondering what that does. What do you think it does?” Which way of doing verbal skill did the therapist demonstrate:
Which of the following is an example of acknowledging the feeling/intent/desire in A-C-T limit setting: