|Author:||Steven E. Reid,Charles E. Schaefer|
|Title:||Game Play: Therapeutic Uses of Childhood Games (Wiley Series on Personality Processes)|
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|ePUB size:||1106 kb|
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|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (March 1986)|
5 Therapeutic Uses of Fine Motor Games James N. Bow and Francella A. Quinnell. 130. 6 Therapeutic Use of Card Games with Learning-Disabled Children Steven E. Reid. 146. PART THREE GAME PLAY FOR CHILDREN IN CRISIS 7 Lifegames: Games Children Play; When Life Is Not a Game Isabelle C. Streng. Whereas free play taps the id, game play invokes ego processes. Even the simplest of games requires greater cognitive ability than does play. To play hopscotch or the card game war, one must be able to count in sequence, recognize written primary numbers, and understand the concept of greater/lesser.
ISBN-13: 978-0471362562. This unique book shows how playing games can promote socialization, encourage the development of identity and self-esteem, and help individuals master anxiety–while setting the stage for deeper therapeutic intervention in subsequent sessions. Hardcover: 406 pages.
Game Play: Therapeutic Uses of Childhood Games (Wiley Series on Personality Processes): ISBN 9780471819721 (978-0-471-81972-1) Hardcover, Wiley-Interscience, 1986. Game Play: Therapeutic Use of Childhood Games: ISBN 9780471437338 (978-0-471-43733-8) John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
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Game Play: Therapeutic Uses of Childhood GamesCharles E. Reid 1, 5Publisher : lease Date : 2, 5Presents a new approach to child therapy that focuses on the considerable psychological significanceof games and their use as a unique and largely untapped resource in diagnosis and therapy withchildren. Shows how to use specific types of games such as communication games,, ego-enhancing games, and socialization games in particular therapeutic situations.
by Schaefer, Charles E; Reid, Steven E. Publication date 1986. Topics Play therapy, Child psychotherapy, Games. A Wiley-Interscience publication. Includes bibliographies and indexes.
Games are a very important part of child development and there are some of us, who will never stop playing games, even in adulthood.
Asopposed to the unstructured play often utilized in psychotherapy,game playing invokes more goal-directed behavior, carries thebenefits of interpersonal interaction, and can perform asignificant role in the adaptation to one's environment. SCHAEFER, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at FairleighDickinson University.