Becoming the Storm: Using the Energy and Imagery of Symptoms in Play Therapy to Help Children Heal

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Acknowledgements

Some of the material in this keynote appeared in the following books published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. “If You Turned into a Monster…” Transformation through Play, A Body-Centered Approach to Play Therapy, 2007 and A Manual of Dynamic Play Therapy—Helping Things Fall Apart, The Paradox of Play, 2012.

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Conflict of interest

The author declared that he has no conflict of interest. All images are printed with permission.

Ethical Approval

All case material has been altered to render the individuals unrecognizable. This article meets the necessary ethical standards. It does not contain any studies with human participants performed by any authors.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KingstonUSA

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