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By Sandra Walker Russ

ISBN-10: 0805830650

ISBN-13: 9780805830651

Baby psychotherapy is in a nation of transition. at the one hand, fake play is an enormous instrument of therapists who paintings with young children. at the different, a mounting refrain of critics claims that play remedy lacks verified therapy efficacy. those court cases aren't invalid. medical learn has in simple terms all started.

wide experiences by means of developmental researchers have, in spite of the fact that, strongly supported the significance of play for kids. a lot wisdom is being amassed concerning the ways that play is eager about the improvement of cognitive, affective, and character procedures which are the most important for adaptive functioning. in spite of the fact that, there was a yawning hole among study findings and precious feedback for practitioners.

Play in baby improvement and Psychotherapy represents the 1st attempt to bridge the space and position play treatment on a less assailable empirical starting place. Sandra Russ applies refined modern knowing of the position of play in baby improvement to the paintings of psychological health and wellbeing execs who're attempting to layout intervention and prevention courses that may be empirically evaluated. by no means wasting sight of the complicated difficulties that face baby therapists, she integrates medical and developmental study and concept right into a entire, up to date overview of present ways to conceptualizing play and to doing either healing play paintings with childrens and the overview that unavoidably precedes and accompanies it.

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Looking specifically at play and coping ability, Christiano and Russ (1996) found a positive relationship between play and coping and a negative relationship between play and distress in 7- to 9-year-olds. 55) during an invasive dental procedure. In addition, good players reported less distress during the procedure than children who expressed less affect and fantasy in play. Consistent with these find- PLAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE ABILITIES 27 ings, a recent study by Perry and Russ (1998) found that fantasy in play was positively related to frequency and variety of self-reported coping strategies in a group of homeless children.

For many children, this feeling of empathy from the therapist facilitates change in their interpersonal representations and interpersonal functioning. The importance of expression through play and communication with the therapist is thought to be important by both psychodynamic and client-centered or person-centered approaches. 34 PLAY IN THERAPY: THE THEORIES 35 A third major function of play is as a vehicle for the occurrence of insight and working through. The conceptualization of this function of play is a psychodynamic one.

Pretend play has been found to relate to different measures of coping with different populations. It is possible that the reason for the link between play and coping is the divergent thinking ability important in both functions. This hypothesis that divergent thinking is a mediator in the play–coping link remains to be empirically tested. Play also related to different measures of adjustment by different researchers. No study has found a causal relationship between play and coping ability or play and adjustment.

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