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Introduction To Play Therapy For Parents / Caregivers

Introduction To Play Therapy For The Child

Play Therapy: Why Play?

Play is important to children because it is the most natural way children communicate. Toys are like words for children and play is their language. Adults talk about their experiences, thoughts, and feelings. Children use toys to explore their experiences and express what they think and how they feel. When children experience a play relationship in which they feel accepted, understood, and cared for, they play out many of their problems and, in the process, release tensions, feelings, and burdens. Your child will then feel better about himself, and will be able to discover his own strengths and assume greater responsibility. How your child feels about herself will make a significant difference in her behavior. How your child behaves, how she thinks, and how she performs in school are directly related to how she feels about herself. When your child feels better about herself, she will behave in more self-enhancing ways rather than self-defeating ways. Play therapy can increase self-esteem and self-regulation, and alleviate anxiety, moodiness, and many behavior problems.  

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