WHAT IS COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL PLAY THERAPY (CBPT)?

CBPT integrates cognitive and behavioral interventions into a play therapy paradigm. Playful activity, as well as non-verbal forms of verbal communication, are used to promote the development of problem solving skills.

 

Therefore, the CBPT proposes a conceptual framework based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy, and making them appropriate to the child’s developmental level.

The design of specific play therapy interventions for young children facilitates their direct involvement in therapy. By providing these types of developmental interventions, the psychotherapist helps children benefit from a type of psychotherapy that may otherwise be inaccessible to them.

 

Through CBPT, it is possible to learn more adaptive coping skills and offer structured and goal-oriented activities. It also provides a space where the child can bring out a spontaneous contribution in the session and successfully express their experiences.

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