The Play Therapy Mystery Counseling Session…give away

If you are like me, you are on a budget, and don’t have a lot of money to always spend on toys or craft materials. That’s why I am so glad and inspired to find the Play Therapy Mystery Counseling Session from Dr. Michelle Stangline. In this exercise, the therapist creates and item needed for play therapy or creative therapy with objects he or she already has (no buying anything you don’t already have!). I thought this would be a fun exercise to try myself, and involve you! Please visit the “Creative Counseling Play Therapy Mystery Counseling Session” page, check the list of possible items that I might want for my playroom and comment below which one you would like to see me make. After I finish the object I will post a picture of it on my blog. As an added bonus, I will randomly select a reader from the comments who will receive a copy of my book “Sam Feels Better Now! and Interactive Story for Children.”

I will be taking votes through Monday February 6, 2012, Thanks!

24 comments on “The Play Therapy Mystery Counseling Session…give away

  1. Wow! I am so excited to see all of the votes, they are all great ideas! I am closing voting at this point, however please feel free to post ideas of things to make for the play therapy room! I can’t wait to tally up the votes and see what I get to make!

  2. An amusement park!

    I think this is a fantastic idea. I’m going to try it, and give it to my students as an exercise in class!

    Marie Reynolds, M.A., MSW
    Kingston, Jamaica

  3. An amusement park!

    I think this is a fantastic idea. I’m going to try it, and give it to my students as an exercise in class!

    Marie Reynolds, M.A., MSW
    Kingston, Jamaica

  4. I’d love to see a pirate ship. somehow this always hits a chord with my clients…everyone loves a pirate!
    what fun this will be…

  5. Chocolate factory is on the list twice…so it must be a good one to vote for! I love Willy Wonka, but I have had a child who was frightened by it because she saw herself as “bad” and thought something would happen to her!
    Great idea!

  6. Hi,

    This is awesome! A play therapist really does have to be creative and on their toes for anything. I would love to see you recreate a chocolate factory…wouldn’t that be fun to have in a play room!!!

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