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Psychoanalytic Play Therapy

@inproceedings{Lee2009PsychoanalyticPT,
  title={Psychoanalytic Play Therapy},
  author={A. Lee},
  year={2009}
}
  • A. Lee
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
thinking, language, cognition, the capacities for self-observation and self-evaluation, and the ability to project present conditions into the future. The child’s active participation in the process is perforce more sporadic and less reliable than that of the adult. (1978, p. 297) Finally, it is vital to stress that in addition to offering interpretations in the idiom of the play, the analyst must choose carefully the time and setting when interpretations are offered directly because the child… Expand
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