Case Review 2 of Play Therapy Welcome to your Case Review 2 of Play Therapy Name Business Email Phone Number The therapist J, in the case with K, lost control of the ending process in the first video because: She was too accommodating in respecting K that K used the lack of limit setting to stay in the playroom. She responded to the process as if they were in the Test-for-Protection Stage of EPT. She gave K permission to continue her play when she sat down when K shifted her play focus in the room. All of the above.The therapist pushed the issue of the pain she experiences beyond where K wanted to take it at this point because: There is a high chance that a countertransference occurred. The therapist needs to push reality in the fantasy play so that change occurs. The therapist was angry at K for pretending to harm her. The best way to stop K’s anger toward her mother is to identify the anger.Which is NOT an assumption about children in EPT model? Relationship between child and therapist is essential. Children have an innate capacity to move toward health. Children speak in metaphor to express overwhelming experiences. The best way to encourage a child to disclose is to ask open-ended questions.In the case of K, the primary issue was: If you hurt a horse, the horse will go to heaven. If you feed your fear object enough food, he will change into a nurturer. If my mother would nurture me more securely, I would not be so enraged. All of the above.In the second video, K disguises the roles of mother/daughter relationship by: Making herself the father and the therapist the son. Making herself the big sister and the therapist the little brother. Making herself the witch and the therapist a horse Making herself father and the therapist the wife.K was able to express a soothe response by: Burying the baby in the crib in the sand. Cutting the arms off her brother. Calmly fixing food for the horses. Singing as she burned the dragon.According to EPT, a child has the capacity to heal oneself when given any relationship that provides motivation to change. True FalseThe child is the director of the play process while in fantasy play in EPT. True FalseIn the second session video, K makes the statement, “My mother made this mess.” This is K’s way of distancing the issue from herself. This gives K permission to be messy and not responsible. This is K’s way of saying that the issue is with her mother as the perpetrator. This is K’s way of saying she will never be able to change her world.According to the EPT view, the play therapist is only an observer of the child’s play. True FalseThe EPT therapist believes that the child incorporates the world around them by cognitive process. True FalseChildren can recall implicit memory in their play therapy expressions? True FalseEPT believes that children have an internal wisdom about themselves that can be expressed through the play that children create in Experiential Play Therapy. True FalseExperiential Play Therapy (EPT) views young children incapable of change because of their limited cognitive capacity. True FalseThe only tool a good play therapist needs is a positive attitude about children. True FalseThe reason that play therapy is used so often is that: Adult forms of therapy do not fit the developmental needs of the child. Play therapy considers the developmental stage of the child. Play is the language of the young child. All of the above.Most people in our society tend to view play therapy as an ineffective process with children. True FalsePlay is a natural process for children; therefore it should be incorporated in a child’s therapeutic process when the focus of therapy is the child. True FalseEPT believes that children are: Capable of expressing themselves through play. That most play by a child is also an expression of emotional content. Play helps the child get through the developmental issues like individuation and identity. All of the above.Competent play therapists are trained, not just “good” at play with a child. True FalseTime is Up!