Spirituality in the Playroom

Spirituality in the playroom not only means working with clients and families who may hold different belief systems, but it also means finding your own. For some, this is a higher power; for others, play therapy is their spiritual path.

1:15 Lisa introduces LFPR series

2:50 How do we work with spirituality in the playroom?

3:30 Even when people have the same belief system, it can look different to the individual

4:10 Working with other belief systems

4:30 Helping children find meaning within their own construct

5:33 What does spirituality look like inside the playroom?

6:00 Why is it important for us not to put our own meanings on ritual, stories, or symbols?

6:50 How can we connect with families who have different beliefs?

7:15 Lisa shares a story

10:15 Play therapy as a spiritual practice

11:40 Synergetics: Systems in Transformation

13:00 How can you tap into your own spirituality to help children heal?

16:30 Noticing what you’re doing right now and being present (as an active practice)

17:20 Spirituality and attunement

18:00 Using the play to cultivate presence and a relationship with your own self