Reaching children through play therapy Quiz 5

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The first phase of the Therapeutic Growth Stage is usually identified by:
Sexually abused children have to talk directly about their abuse in EPT to shift the impact of the trauma on their attitudes, beliefs, and behavior.
Termination in EPT is a process that includes ALL the following components except:
Integration of the lost self that occurred during the trauma ordeal is the key factor that underlies the readiness for termination of the play therapy process.
The steps in a premature termination process to another play therapist would include the following:
Toward the end of the Therapeutic Growth Stage, the therapist should support the child client by:
In a premature termination it is imperative that the child knows the following:
Theoretically in EPT, all terminations are premature, because a child would not want to end a relationship that provided, respect, validated the child’s identity and enhanced one’s dignity.
According to EPT, analysis of the child’s behavior is more important than playing with the child.
The relationship between the therapist and child is the single most important dynamic in EPT.
During the Therapeutic Growth Stage, the role of the therapist shifts from playing roles in the child’s fantasy play to the therapist assuming a more reflective style since the child is more reality oriented.
The Therapeutic Growth Stage is characteristic of:
The length of play therapy is determined by:
The need for fantasy play increases during the termination process?
The more intense the Dependency Stage, the longer the Termination Stage lasts.
Understanding EPT as a play therapist, we know that change occurs best when we follow the authority model of the parents
Three of the basic dynamics of change in EPT are:
A critical issue the EPT therapist needs to be aware of is:
EPT is unique from most models of play therapy in that this model attempts to enter the world of the child at as deep a level as possible.
When a therapist adopts the Experiential Play Therapy model, a paradigm shift occurs that influences the person’s perspective on all children.