Here's a Fun Exercise That Gets Your Young Clients Involved
Wouldn’t it be great if we had a magic therapy wand to wave in front of our young clients and give them all the answers they need? What if this magic wand could conjure rainbow lizards and talking dogs to sit on our clients’ shoulders, bypass their defense systems, and whisper good, therapeutic advice in their ears? That’s exactly the kind of approach Charlotte Reznick uses with her young clients.
Using Animal Friends
It can be hard to get around your young clients’ defense systems so that the good, therapeutic information gets through. Charlotte has a way to get around that.
How to Tap Into Young Clients’ Imaginations
Bobby throws temper tantrums at home and at school. His parents bring him to you for therapy, but Bobby refuses to answer questions and sits in your office during sessions with his arms folded until the hour is up. So what’s to be done?