Welcome to your CCD Session 2 Post-Test!

You will have 3 attempts to receive at least 75% to pass the test. You must pass the test to receive CEs.

General guidelines for documentation by Cochran and Nordling (2010) include all BUT this:

Which of the following is an example of a SYMPTOM objective according to the Child-Centered Documentation Framework?

Which of the following is an example of a GROWTH objective according to the Child-Centered Treatment Planning Framework?

SYMPTOM objectives in the Child-Centered Documentation Framework are:

Traditional ways of assessing progress in play therapy sessions are:

4 Stages of Play Therapy as proposed by Kevin O'Connor on the Association for Play Therapy Website are:

Nordling and Guerney (1999) coined different stages in play therapy to the above. These are:

Some ways to track progress in each play therapy session are:

Tracking progress towards GROWTH goals

Some ways to track progress towards internal growth in play therapy involve the therapist focusing on:

An example of paying attention to the Quality of Play is:

This example shows progress towards which GROWTH goal: "When the therapist sets a limit on decorating a toy, the child chooses to make their own toy to decorate and take home."

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of SMART treatment goals?

Which of the following is an example of a GROWTH objective according to the Child-Centered Documentation Framework?

In an informal survey conducted by Schafer and Gilbert (2015) the authors found that clinicians most often assessed progress in play by using all BUT the following:

Besides the Child-Centered Documentation framework, there is only one other template for Child-Centered Play Therapists for treatment plans and notes. This was published by:

Some common Play Themes in Play Therapy are:

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