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Creative Play with Children at Risk

( Κωδικός: 0025264 )
Contents: 224pp, A4, wire-o-bound
Συγγραφέας : Sue Jennings
ISBN : 0863885365


 The companion volume to the successful Creative Storytelling with Children at Risk, this title is written for both professionals and parents. Using a practical and hands-on approach, Sue Jennings:

Clearly illustrates the importance of play for the developing child and outlines research showing the consequences of the 'non-playing child'.

Provides practical ideas for playing with children from birth onwards and gives clear descriptions of the application of play techniques with children with special needs. These include children with developmental delay as well as children who have suffered abuse.

Draws attention to the application of sensory play and its role in a 'survival' approach, and includes contrasting approaches to play and play therapy and emphasises the importance of 'preventative play' for healthy development.

Sue Jennings has worked and researched play and play therapy in many contexts in the UK and Romania and is currently an advisor to the Department of Child Health, University of Exeter. This book will be an extremely useful practical resource for anyone working with children.

Introduction; Play and child development; Cross cultural play; Sensory play; Physical play; Projective play; Puppet and doll play; Dramatic play and drama.

About the Author
Sue Jennings is a pioneer of Dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She is Consultant to the Department of Child Health, University of Exeter. She has written more than fifteen books on working with children. See www.suejennings.com for more details.

Psychotherapists, play workers and play therapists, nursery nurses and teachers, health & social services, special education, parents and foster parents