About the Editor ix Contributors xi Acknowledgments xv Preface xvii Foreword xxi Section I. Rationale For Integrating Play Therapy and CBT 1 1 The Therapeutic Powers of Play and Play Therapy 3 Charles E. Schaefer and Athena A. Drewes 2 Play Therapy, Pedagogy, and CBT: An Argument for Interdisciplinary Synthesis 17 Janine S. Shelby and Michele S. Berk 3 An Illustration of Science and Practice: Strengthening the Whole Through Its Parts 41 Eliana Gil and Nicole Jalazo Section II. Historical Contextual Foundation 69 4 Data Are Not Mysterious: Understanding, Applying, and Conducting Psychotherapy Outcomes Studies 71 Suzanne Button and Lauren S. Hallion 5 Play Therapy Research: History and Current Empirical Support 97 Jennifer Baggerly 6 Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy: Theory and Applications 117 Susan M. Knell Section III. Effective Evidence-Based Treatments Using Play With CBT 135 7 Trauma Systems Therapy: A Replication of the Model, Integrating Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy into Child and Family Treatment 139 Susan Hansen and Glenn Saxe 8 Incorporating Play within a Manual-Based Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Anxiety Disorders 165 Jennifer L. Podell, Erin D. Martin, and Philip C. Kendall 9 The Role of Play within Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Aggressive Children: The Coping Power Program 179 John E. Lochman, Caroline Boxmeyer, and Nicole Powell 10 Innovation and Integration: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy as Play Therapy 199 Anthony J. Urquiza, Nancy M. Zebell, and Dawn Blacker 11 Primary Project: Fifty Years of Facilitating School Adjustment 21 Stephen P. Demanchick, Mary Anne Peabody, and Deborah B. Johnson Section IV. Positive-Outcome Empirically Based Play Therapy Treatments 237 12 Child-Parent Psychotherapy 241 Alicia F. Lieberman and Lisa R. Inman 13 Filial Therapy: Theoretical Integration, Empirical Validation, and Practical Application 257 Ris?e VanFleet 14 Kinder Training: An Adlerian-Based Model to Enhance Teacher-Student Relationships 281 JoAnna White and Lauren Stern Wynne 15 Sandtray Therapy 297 Daniel S. Sweeney and Linda E. Homeyer Section V. Integration and Application of Play-Based Techniques with CBT 319 16 CBPT: Implementing and Integrating CBPT into Clinical Practice 321 Susan M. Knell and Meena Dasari 17 Play Therapy Techniques for Affect Regulation 353 Susan Trachtenberg Paula 18 Building Self-Esteem, Coping Skills, and Changing Cognitive Distortions 373 Diane Frey 19 Playful Strategies to Manage Frustration: The Turtle Technique and Beyond 401 Eva L. Feindler 20 Narrative Approaches: Helping Children Tell Their Stories 423 Ann Cattanach 21 Family Problem Solving: Using Expressive Activities 449 Steve Harvey Section VI. Therapist Self-Care 471 22 Self-Care for Child Therapists: Leaving It at the Office 473 John C. Norcross and Athena A. Drewes Epilogue 495 Appendix 497 Author Index 499 Subject Index 511
ATHENA A. DREWES, PsyD, RPT-S, is Director of Clinical Training and APA Internship at The Astor Home for Children, a nonprofit multiservice mental health agency in New York. She is a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor and past director of the Association for Play Therapy. She is the Senior Editor and chapter author of School-Based Play Therapy (Wiley), Cultural Issues in Play Therapy, and Supervision Can Be Playful.