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Motion treatment With households and teams introduces clinicians to cutting edge healing concepts that may be used with households and teams: motion equipment or remedy techniques concerning actual circulate and expressive arts recommendations. those tools offer consumers and therapists new methods of either taking a look at difficulties and gaining knowledge of suggestions to those difficulties and are therefore in particular applicable to talents education, position improvement and enlargement, dating enhancement, and momentary remedy with teams, undefined, and families.
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Family play was operationalized and reliably rated for attunement or nonattunement. Families with children who had been abused showed less attuned play than their nonabused counterparts. This finding was significant in that the children who had experienced abuse continued to show disruptions in their play interactions even when their families had been supportive and they had received therapeutic attention to address the issue. Clearly more controlled outcome studies that compare families with whom interactive play is used in therapy with other forms of treatment need to be carried out to better understand how such play interventions affect family functioning.
The children returned and showed their pictures. Brian had drawn a picture of himself near his home. He included several ghosts flying above the house. Brandy’s pictures were remarkable for their immaturity. She had difficulty making a shape for her body and covered her self-drawing and the lines she identified as representing the house with hard scribbles. Brian stated that the child in the picture was scared of the ghosts but that he never thought about things like that. Brandy refused to comment on her picture.