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The Magic of Playing

In her own words Janet Courtney says “Play is fun, but it is anything but trivial. It is a basic biological drive as integral to our health as sleep or nutrition. When we play, we are open to possibility and the sparks of new insights. Play—defined as any kind of purposeless, all-consuming, restorative activity—is the single most significant factor in determining our success and happiness.”Janet Courtney has developed a new therapy which she is going to tell us all about, however , first I’d like to share Janet’s bio with you.

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The healing power of the stage and the performing arts.

It has long been recognized that active involvement in the arts offers a wide range of benefits both to the participant as well as to the recipient. As an artist with a disability, I know from personal experience that self-creativity on any level naturally leads to an improvement in emotional health, self-esteem.

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Can Play Therapy help you Understand your Child on a Higher Level?

    Understanding Play Therapy! Learn how you can communicate effectively with your child using this wonderful method.  

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