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  • 1. PLAYTHERAPY
  • 2. DEFINITION "PlayTherapy is based upon the fact that play is the childs natural medium of self- expression. Play therapy is generally employed with children aged 3 through 11 and provides a way for them to express their experiences and feelings
  • 3. INDICATIONS Children dealing with parental conflict, separation or divorce Traumatized children (sexual, physical or emotional abuse) Children who have been adopted or are in foster care dealing with issues of loss Children who have been hospitalized Children who have witnessed domestic violence Children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD) Children who have experienced serious accidents or disasters.
  • 4. TYPES OF PLAY Group play therapy Individual play therapy Free play therapy Directive play Non-Directive play
  • 5. PURPOSES OF PLAY Reduces anxiety about traumatic events in the childs life Facilitates a childs expression of feelings Promotes self-confidence and a sense of competence Develops a sense of trust in self and others Defines healthy boundaries Creates or enhances healthy bonding in relationships Enhances creativity and playfulness Promotes appropriate behavior
  • 6. DEFINTION Music therapy is a interpersonal process in which the trained music therapist uses music and all of its facets- physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic and spiritual – to help the client to improve and maintain their health.
  • 7. INDICATIONS Aphasia Developmental disorders Elderly clients Confusion Terminally ill clients Depression Affective, cognitive & sensory disorders Agitation
  • 8. FUNCTIONS OF MUSIC Enhances relaxation of mind. Client’s needs are directly addressed through music. Improves in learning & helps in building self-esteem Reduces stress and support physical exercise. Diverts mind in stressful situation Reduces anxiety, tension and fear Induces sleep Enhances cognitive skills. Stimulates social interaction Sharper concentration and more alert thinking Bring a positive state of mind
  • 9. PLACES WHERE MUSIC THERAPY CAN BE CONDUCTED Labour room Operating room Massage therapy session room Counseling halls Addiction treatment halls
  • 10. DANCETHERAPY
  • 11. DEFINITION It is the functional application of varied forms of dance by usage of group of muscles to bring certain effect to modify the clients’ behavior or altering emotion.
  • 12. INDICATIONS Autism Mental retardation Deaf and hearing impaired Eating disorders Posttraumatic stress disorder Parkinson’s disease
  • 13. USES Promotes psychotherapeutic usage of body movements. Clients will learn to express his ideas, thoughts and feelings through their motor activity. Enhances interaction and communication pattern. Improves self-confidence and contentment. Relieves tension, stress, anxiety and worries. Serves as a sort of enjoyment and entertainment. Exhibits talents and abilities of the clients. Channelizes the emotional experiences into expression of body movements.