Theraplay in the Chinese World: An Intervention Program for Hong Kong Children With Internalizing Problems
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AbstractThe primary objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Theraplay on reducing internalizing problems among young children. Described as at-risk for developing internalizing disorders, 46 children were randomly allocated to either the Theraplay condition or the wait-list control condition. A standardized measure of internalizing symptoms was completed before and after an 8-week period. Results showed that children from the Theraplay condition showed significantly fewer internalizing symptoms when compared to the waitlist group. Qualitative feedback from mothers and children were gathered to further understand the experience of Theraplay activities on the participants. Limitations and suggestions for future research directions are discussed. © 2009 Association for Play Therapy.
All Author(s) ListSiu A.F.Y.
Journal nameInternational Journal of Play Therapy
Year2009
Month1
Day1
Volume Number18
Issue Number1
PublisherAmerican Psychological Association
Place of PublicationUnited States
Pages1 - 12
ISSN1555-6824
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsChinese, internalizing problems, intervention, Theraplay

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