SELF-EFFICACY: AN ADDITIONAL DIMENSION IN PLAY THERAPY

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ABSTRACT

This article describes the theoretical integration of play therapy theory and self-efficacy theory. It is suggested that client-centered play therapy may enhance the self-efficacy of the child. Changes thought to result from the relationship in therapy may be partially due to this increased self-efficacy. Examples from a case study are used to explicate the thesis.

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