The use of play in therapy

The fact that children are still developing language and communication skills means that play is often useful as a method of communicating in a therapeutic way with children. Play is essential for normal development. It helps children to develop a repertoire of responses and encourages behavioural flexibility. (9) The main developmental stages of play need to be appreciated if it is to be used in an effective way in either counselling or psychotherapy (see Table 1).

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