A comprehensive guide to establishing and practicing non-directive play therapy. Covers work with children and adolescents who have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused, and draws on actual case material to maximize practicality. Also includes material on the intricacies of planning therapy, emotional development during therapy, and presenting information in court.
About the Authors:
By Kate Wilson, BA (Oxon), DipSWK (Sussex), Lecturer in Social Work at the Univ. of Hull and Director of the University's post-qualifying course in child protection; Paula Kendrick, BA (Hons), DipEd, CQSW, College Counsellor, Wyke Sixth Form College, Hull; formerly Project Leader, Child Sexual Abuse Unit, Humberside Social Services; and Virginia Ryan, BA, summa cum laude, PhD, Child psychologist, lecturing in child protection and child development at the University of Hull