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Narrative Play Therapy-Kristin Green

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  • 1. Children are most often told stories Children have a natural fascination withFairy Tales Children often fabricate stories to copewith stressful situations

2. Development model is the EPR Model Embodiment Play Projective Play Role-Playing or Dramatic Play Projective and Dramatic Play containthe significant elements of Pretend Play 3. Can be seen over the first six years of achilds life Narrative skills are acquired through thedevelopment of pretend play Nicolopoulous view Engels view 4. Concept of perspectival knowing The problem is differentiated from theperson The goal of narrative therapy McLeods Four Elements Not-Knowing Stance 5. Therapeutic Factors of Pretend Play Play materials needed Wide range of sensory items Small-world characters Props 6. Creating a safe and fear-free space Nurturing the childs story-line Interpretation of the stories Introducing the child to NarrativeTherapy Playing with the child and writing stories Being the storyteller Support endings 7. Indentify the problem Support the child Explore alternative stories Prepare a space for new stories oncetherapy ends 8. Maryann would choose drawing in theplay room Her drawing would coincide withstorytelling 9. Challenge for the therapist Challenge for the child Challenge for the system Challenge for academics, scholars, andpolicy makers