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    Love Map Exercise by Gottman Institute

    House / Tree / Water / Sun / Moon / & Animal Drawing. his activity is similar to House/Tree/Person but goes to a deeper level of self awareness due to adding the sun, water, and animal. This is a fantastic way to use art in play therapy.

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    The Science of Trust: Emotional Attunement for Couples, Dr. John M. Gottman. Latest book from researcher and family therapist...presents his newest findings on trust, trustworthiness and betrayal in a breakthrough approach to understanding and helping couples. Want to read..

    Article on multiple uses of play dough in child-centered play and directive therapy. Play dough is great for giving the child back some control because it can be turned into anything the child wants. If the child needs an additional object or character for their play they can make it!

    Neuroscience of Play Therapy

    How to complain without hurting your partner. The very wise Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman explains the best (and worst) ways to talk to your mate about your wishes and needs.

    St. Louis Center for Play Therapy Training: How To Become A Play Therapist

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    DAP In-The-Rain Assessment - Art Therapy Fundamentals Infograph | joshkale.com

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    Color Therapy

    What is Sensory Processing Disorder? A condition that doesn't come under Mental Health - but Occupational Therapy, yet undiagnosed can lead to future Mental Health conditions such as Anxiety & depression.

    The Psychology of Performance. These are great concepts that could easily translate to increased student performance.

    Emotion-Regulating Play Therapy with ADHD Children: Staying with Playing by Enrico Gnaulati