Helping Your Child Learn Self-Regulation Skills

The Feeling Better Place

Decreasing Behavior Problems Through Positive Attention and Play

Parent-Directed Play

Child-Directed Play and Parent-Directed Play: Two Ways for Parents to Play with Their Children

Sibling Rivalry

Calming Your Child

Setting Limits for Your Child

Responding Empathically to Your Child

Using Incentives or Rewards to Motivate Positive Behaviors in Your Child

Problem-Solving Skills: Learning to Collaborate

The Balancing Act: A Helpful Parenting Strategy

Encouraging Children to Play Imaginatively and Creatively

Parental Acceptance: Helping Your Child Develop a Positive Sense of Self

Providing Structure for Your Child: How to Assert Your Parental Authority

Anxiety in Children: How Parents Can Help

Play Therapy: How it Helps Children Feel Better and Improve Behavior

Chronic Parental Conflict: How it Can Be Harmful for Children

Special Play Time — An Important Way for Parents to Spend Time With Their Children

Kathy Eugster, MA, RCC,

Pacific Spirit Play Therapy Resources

Kathy Eugster