CCPT

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CCPTChild Care Providers Together (various locations)
CCPTChild-Centered Play Therapy (psychology)
CCPTConservation of Complex Power Technique
CCPTCommunity Child Protection Team
CCPTCanadian-Cuban Projects Team (Brethren in Christ Church)
CCPTColumbia County Public Transportation (Washington)
CCPTConventional Chest Physiotherapy (airway clearance)
CCPTCommunauté de Communes du Pays de Tarare (French: Community of Municipalities in Tarare; Tarare, France)
CCPTConnors Continuous Performance Test (child attention assessment)
CCPTClinton County Public Transit (New York)
CCPTCarilion Clinic Patient Transportation (Virginia)
CCPTCockpit Control Position Transducer
CCPTCentury City Physical Therapy (Los Angeles, CA)
CCPTChronic Calcific Pancreatitis of the Tropics
CCPTCongregational Church of Practical Theology (est. 1969)
CCPTCulver City Public Theater (California)
CCPTCommissioned Corps Personnel Team (US CDC)
CCPTCommunity-Campus Partnership for Tomorrow (University of North Carolina)
CCPTCrescent City Physical Therapy (Virginia)
CCPTComputer Competency Practical Training (Pakistan)
CCPTCanadian Communication for Physicians Trained Abroad (Red River College; Canada)
CCPTCoalition on Child Prostitution and Tourism (UK)
CCPTCommunity Council for Peace and Tolerance (Mitrovica, Kosovo)
CCPTComité Consultatif des Provinces et Territoires (French: Advisory Committee of Provinces and Territories; Canada)
CCPTChinese Communist Party of Thailand (est. 1933)
CCPTChristian Community Partnership Trust (Zimbabwe)
CCPTCharlevoix County Public Transportation (Michigan)
CCPTCape Cod Poets Theater (est. 1994)
CCPTChronic Conditions Project Team (Australia)
CCPTChinese Copy-Paste Technology (electronics slang)
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I have learned how valuable and effective it is for the children to be offered "child-centered play therapy," which Garry Landreth preferred it to be called, rather than non-directive play therapy.
Child-centered play therapy (CCPT) is a form of client-centered therapy.
FPT evolved from play therapy (Cattanach, 2004; Wilson & Ryan, 2005) and is closely related to child-centered play therapy (VanFleet, Sywulak, Sniscak, & Guerney, 2011), which directly involves the parents as the agents, creating a safe atmosphere where parents can develop relationships with their children through nondirective play, while children can express themselves, try new things, learn about social rules and restrictions, develop family attachments, and develop effective social skills and bonds.
Child-centered play therapy (CCPT) has the largest body of published research that informs practitioners of its effectiveness with children (e.g., Blanco & Ray, 2011; Bratton, 2010; Schottelkorb & Ray, 2009).
Child-Centered Play Therapy Workbook: A Self-Directed Guide for Professionals is a resource created especially for therapists who use play therapy to aid child patients.
The second section of the book details an assemblage from various modalities such as Object Relations, Child-Centered Play Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Attachment-Based Psychodynamic Therapy.
As with previous editions, the third is based on Landreth's Child-Centered Play Therapy model, emphasizing the importance of understanding the child's world and perspective.
Child-centered play therapy (CCPT) is one possibility for providing a mental health program in schools.
Rather our purpose is to demonstrate the utility of the basic facilitative skills of child-centered play therapy within a constructive (constructivist and social constructionist) therapeutic context with young children.
Child-centered play therapy. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling, 28(1), 17-29.
Although a recent study by Garza and Bratton (2005) on school-based child-centered play therapy with Hispanics in southwestern United States is promising, research in this area remains in its infancy.