Research on involving parents in play therapy says
Explaining play therapy is not that important as most parents already know what it is
Line (2023)’s research showed that one of the biggest predictors for parent engagement are
One thing that did NOT come out of the research that Line (2023) completed was
Having a clear therapeutic frame helps
The therapeutic frame provided includes the following format
The simple structure provided for communication with caregivers involves
Jeon & Myers (2023) found that the following was important for working with parents
What are some questions you can ask caregivers during the intake?
What are the examples of questions to ask caregivers to elicit long-term goals?
Which of the following is true about play therapy when explaining it to caregivers?
In play therapy, change happens by building internal strength
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of ongoing caregiver consults?
Parent shares, “My child follows me to the bathroom, and screams for hours when I drop her off at school.” What are the examples of growth objectives that could be suggested?
In the case example of Alice we learned the following
Documenting a caregiver session is the similar to documenting a play therapy session in that
In the progress note it is important to include
When you feel questioned by the parent in play therapy it can impact your