Content 1 Children and Game Therapy 2 What is Game Therapy? 3 What can be played with the help of therapy? 4 What is Game Therapy? 5 What to expect in a session? 6 How long does a Game Therapy last? 7 What are the benefits of Game Therapy? Children and Game Therapy Sometimes a child begins to develop behavior patterns that may be causing problems in their lives and in the lives of those around them.
Mental illnesses in general, cause anxiety and deterioration in important areas of psychic functioning, affecting emotional balance, intellectual performance and social adaptation. Throughout history and in all cultures different types of disorders have been described, despite the vagueness and difficulties involved in their definition.
There are people who have real difficulties in identifying and expressing their emotions. They are unable to recognize how they feel and do not use emotional language in their relationships. What happens to them has a name: emotional mutism. Let's talk about it. Content 1 What is emotional mutism?
"The teacher, who knows nothing about the precocity of a student, will expect from him only normal, average efficiency, and will stimulate him to work well below his ability." This is the idea that underlies the Negative Pygmalion Effect. Content 1 The consequences of not recognizing talent 2 The importance of a correct assessment of intellectual abilities 3 What to do to avoid the Negative Pygmalion Effect The consequences of not recognizing talent Some research has shown that only 10% to 20% of children with high capacities are recognized by the teachers of the maternal school and the primary cycle.
Contents 1 What is Balinese massage 2 Origins of Balinese massage 3 How to perform a Balinese massage 4 Indications of Balinese massage What is Balinese massage Traditional Balinese Massage is a classic and ancestral massage for the healing of the island of Bali in Indonesia, hence possibly his name.
Cyberbullying usually occurs in adolescence, at the age at which high school studies are usually taken. Instead of playing in the park or getting funny motorbikes, teenagers spend hours using email, social networks and messages to harass and harm some of their contemporaries.