How firm is our foundation? Current play therapy research.

@inproceedings{Phillips2010HowFI,
  title={How firm is our foundation? Current play therapy research.},
  author={Roger D. Phillips},
  year={2010}
}
The present article examines play therapy research since Phillips’s (1985) review. Play therapy’s evidence base remains largely inadequate using specific scientific/ methodological criteria. The most compelling evidence for play therapy’s effectiveness is found for children facing medical procedures, although alternative explanations of the same data cannot be disconfirmed. The present conclusions are considered relative to findings from recent meta-analyses of play therapy research… CONTINUE READING

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