Presents a new approach to child therapy that focuses on the considerable psychological significance of games and their use as a unique and largely untapped resource in diagnosis and therapy with children. Shows how to use specific types of games such as communication games, problem-solving games, ego-enhancing games, and socialization games in particular therapeutic situations. Author and subject indexes.can use a boardgame to come up with a technically correct agreement with the support of a skilled therapist. ... can achieve this result by frequently discussing problems without the game, while trying to follow game instructions from memory.
|Author||:||Charles E. Schaefer, Steven E. Reid|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Interscience - 1986-04|