play Archive

Weekend Reading | Aug. 28

Below is a collection of various blog posts meant to encourage, inspire or educate. Grab a steaming mug of hot liquid this weekend and steal away to a quiet corner for some quick reads.

Hanging on with Humor

When we’re drowning in maladpative behaviors, sometimes the only thing we can do is grasp at a humor straw. It’s like the old adage, “You can either laugh or cry.” While crying has its

Play, Creativity, Mindfulness & Neuroscience in Psychotherapy

Throughout the lifespan, play supports neurological growth and development while building complex, skilled, flexible, responsive, and socially adept brains. Play also improves the natural ability to convey emotions. Yet clients who suffer from early

Playful with a Purpose

Whether your child is too fragile to work on these skills directly or you just need some new ideas for family fun, try these activities that have purpose in their play. Staring contest. If eye

Ask PWC | Play!

What activities can I do with my child that also promote connection? Hide and Seek. Verbalize scripts such as “I love you and will always find you” or “You’ll always be able to find