Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is play food and baskets. These toys are helpful for children mastering family dynamic concerns and practicing nurturing skills. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you have any resources you would like featured for “Toy Tuesday” please send…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is the therapeutic book “Sometimes I’m Scared” by Mark Nemiroff and Jane Annunziata. This book explains common anxieties in childhood and discusses fun and interactive ways to cope with such fears. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is the therapeutic book “All Dogs Have ADHD” by Kathy Hoopmann. This book helps explain the symptoms of ADHD from a dog’s point of view. The funny and comical book helps lessen the stigma with feeling labeled with ADHD. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is a king and queen figurine.  Miniatures can be utilized in any way the client desires to, however we have seen these specific figures used in session during themes of power/control, fantasy, trust/relationship and loyalty/betrayal. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is a coping skills beach ball. Beach balls can be adapted in many ways. The ball pictured above is used in session to provide education on coping skills by children acting out the coping skill located under a specific figure when caught. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is a shark puppet. Puppets are always an important part of the play room. This puppet can help children process anger and aggressive feelings. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you have any resources you would like featured…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is the therapeutic book “Zachary’s New Home” by Geraldine and Paul Blonquist. This book portrays Zachary the kitten’s experience transitioning to his new foster family and his feelings of the transition. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” are multicultural baby dolls. Dolls are essential to the playroom and can be used in a multitude of ways. Children can master presenting concerns through nurturing, relational and identity themes of play. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is an art easel. The art easel is a great space for spontaneous and creative expression. It is also a fun tool that can be used to visually demonstrate therapeutic interventions. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you…

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Toy Tuesday

This week’s resource for “Toy Tuesday” is the therapeutic book “Maybe Days” by Jennifer Wilgocki and Marcia Kahn Wright. This book portrays one boy’s experience navigating the foster care experience and his feelings regarding the transition. For more information about play therapy, please visit www.a4pt.org. Be sure to also like their Facebook page. For our fellow Floridians, check out the Florida Association for Play Therapy Facebook page. If you have…

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