healing spaces, home office, play therapy
Theresa Fraser addresses how a home office can also be a healing space.
A home office can be a location of healing that can be beneficial for both clients and therapist. That said, there are also challenges to providing therapy from a therapist’s home base.
Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies
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Original Publication Citation
Fraser, T. (2011). Healing Space and Home Offices. PlayTherapy, 6(2), 10-12. Retrieved from http://www.mlppubsonline.com/publication/index.php?i=69445&m=&l=&p=3&pre=&ver=swf
Fraser, Theresa, "Healing Space and Home Offices" (2011). Faculty Publications and Scholarship. 14.
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