Structured Play Therapy: A Model For Choosing Topics And Activities
This article presents a model to be used for structured play therapy. Structured play therapy is a form of play therapy that is directive and uses planned, structured activities in almost every session. This model was developed to provide a framework for appropriate timing and sequence of structured activities. This article describes structured play therapy and how it differs from nondirective play, presents a structured play therapy model, presents specific guidelines for choosing appropriate structured activities and exercises, and presents a case study demonstrating application of the model. © 2003 Association for Play Therapy.
International Journal of Play Therapy
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Jones, Karyn Dayle; Casado, Montserrat; and Robinson, E. H.Mike, "Structured Play Therapy: A Model For Choosing Topics And Activities" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1358.