Directive Play Therapy

Directive play therapy employs instructions to guide the child to achieve faster results as compared with non-directive play therapy which lets the child express his inner experiences at his own pace. This approach entails the play therapist to engage the child through various techniques such as recommending topics, choosing toys for the client, reading stories which are related to the child’s background, and playing with the child.

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