Reaching children through play therapy Quiz 1 Welcome to your Reaching children through play therapy Quiz 1 Name Business Email Phone Number Experiential Play Therapy (EPT) views young children incapable of change because of their limited cognitive capacity. True FalseThe child is the director of the play process in EPT. True FalseWhich 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.The honoring process in EPT: Validates inappropriate behavior. Makes the child play metaphors rather than develop meaningful play. Allow the child to develop a secure and trusting relationship with the therapist. Allows the child to develop a trusting relationship with their parents.Children can recall implicit memory in their play therapy expressions? True FalseWhich are the requirements of the first level of the honoring process? Setting basic limits that occur in play therapy. Being present with the child with acceptance and respect. Showing the child which toys would best help the child. Tell the child how much you like him so that he will be at ease.According to EPT, a child has the capacity to heal oneself when given any relationship that provides motivation to change. True FalseWhich is NOT a dynamic of the level 1 honoring process in EPT: Being present with the child, showing acceptance, giving directions, and correcting the child’s misperceptions. Understanding the child, giving meaning to the child’s expressions, and validating the child’s perceptions. Letting the child express one’s views and giving process meaning to the toys used in the play. Play experiences created by the child are considered valid experiences for the child’s emotional world.Theorists who have influenced the creation of the EPT model of play therapy are: Alfred Adler, Anna Freud, and Mike Maslow. Harvey Neuman, West Easterly, and Carl Ying. Carl Rogers, Jacob Moreno, and Clark Moustakas. Fritz Perls, Harry Harlow, and B. F. Skinner.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 FalseExperiential Play Therapy (EPT) was developed by: Anna Freud and Carol Norton. Byron Norton and Virginia Axline. Clark Moustakas and Carol Norton. Carol Norton and Byron Norton.EPT believes that children have an internal wisdom about themselves that can be expressed through the play that children create in play therapy. True FalseWhen the EPT therapist meets a child for the first time in play therapy, she should: Have the goal to give the child her first name. Focus on building a relationship with the child. Tell the child the rules of the playroom; i.e., “Sand is for the sandbox only.” Tell a story about your childhood that happened at the same age as the child.The 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 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!