A collection of blogs for therapists practicing play therapy.

Fortnite in the Playroom

If you work with kids, chances are you’ve heard of the video game, Fortnite. Fortnite has gotten a lot of backlash due to its addictive nature, and the aggression and…

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Color your Feelings Activity

This "Color Your Feelings" activity can be used with children, adolescents, and even adults during any stage of therapy. This activity offers a visual approach to discussing internal feelings, which often conflict…

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Using Jenga in Play Therapy

Using Jenga in Play Therapy for rapport-buildingWhy use Jenga?Jenga is a popular rapport-building game in Play Therapy. Jenga can be used with ages 6 and up. In therapy, Jenga can…

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Play Therapy with Adults

Reaching the inner child in every adult “It is utterly wonderful work because it brings an enormous depth to the process. Often, when talking, we only see the ‘now’ while…

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