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By Elisabeth Cleve

ISBN-10: 1849406162

ISBN-13: 9781849406161

This can be a tale from contained in the baby psychologist’s room. Victor is 2 and a part years previous and has misplaced his mom and more youthful brother in a automobile coincidence. he's “sunny and chuffed” and doesn’t cry. he's a toddler in deep crisis.

This booklet follows Victor for his fifteen therapy classes, exhibiting how his therapist pilots the boy via his grief through play and different actions. This therapeutic via play remedy is depicted in phrases and images from the point of view of either sufferer and therapist. Bringing either desire and braveness, Elisabeth Cleve indicates how trouble treatment can paintings because the first hyperlink to a brand new destiny.

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I offer to help to re-establish the order that he needs so very much and I do what he tells me to do. Only guys Victor starts to look for toys to play with in the sand tray. He has a good memory. He remembers exactly the colours of all the different trains, cars, and aeroplanes, as well as the makes of the cars. He drives the cars around in the sand for a while, but stops and does not want to continue. qxd 28 111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 711 8 9 20 1 2 3 4 511 6 7 8 9 311 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 911 2/18/08 11:44 AM Page 28 A BIG AND A LITTLE ONE with during the previous session, the pig, the tiger, and the elephant.

I think to myself that these clothes were bought by a man, not a mother. Victor is full of energy and studies the toys on the shelves that he is tall enough to reach. He wants me to share his joy of discovery and calls out cheerfully, “Oh, this is good! Look here! And look at this! Wow! ” He wants to show off what he knows and what he can do. I look at everything he does and all he shows me. He hops about, stamps on the floor, sits down on his nappied bottom and waves with a little toy cannon. Jorge observes Victor’s clowning around as well, when there is a pause in his talk with Fredrik.

I repeat the time for the two sessions we have planned during the present week. I also explain carefully that Jorge will not be present at the second session of the two. It will then be Fredrik, Victor and I who meet together. Unsure of whether Fredrik is registering the last point, I repeat it once more. Fredrik does not want to hang up. He tells me that his father asked Victor what he did during his visit to us. Victor was quick to make up the answer that he had read books. Fredrik tells me he has noticed that Victor nowadays often makes up answers that will please the questioner.

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