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Episode Info: The therapist is intentionally authentic and may rock, say things, and do things that the child needs right in the moment.   Lisa tells a story of a child that had many generalized fears that learned regulatory techniques such as holding her heart and stomach while she did that during his expressions of the fearful scenerios.  In session 3, he reported that he knew what to do when he got scared.  He was able to borrow her nervous system, watch how she handled the situations, and internalized a way of taking care of himself during these types of situations. Through that process, his nervous system got rewired organically and experientially.    This process also helps keep the therapist well during the process.   Synergetic Play Therapy also offers a certification option as well.    Lisa has a new book coming out in Spring of 2018, “Aggression in Play Therapy: A Neurobiological Approach for Integrating Intensity” from Norton Publishers.    Lessons from the Playroom bi-weekly Podcast Hour Live Webinar – 1 x a month Community Membership Play Therapy Institute of Colorado’s Website:  ...
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