“Holy Strawberries Batman We’re in a Jam!”

Author Terri Borman

batman and robin Hi this is Terri Borman, child care provider and author of the children’s book “Shapes Go to School.”  This book teaches children shapes, colors, and diversity.  It helps children to understand that everyone is different.

Last week I blogged about children with Autism and how service animals are making a difference in their lives.  This week’s blog is about children that have conduct/behavior disorders that cause them to act out in school, child care or at home and how play therapy is helping the children to cope and to learn better problem solving solutions.

play therapyChildren love to play.  It’s fun and lifts their spirits.  They use their imaginations during role playing, which relieves stress and all their worries fade away.

According to The Association for Play Therapy, “play therapy is a structure based clinical approach to therapy that builds normal communicative and learning processes.  Through play therapy children communicate with…

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