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The idea of play may fill you with delight or horror or a complex mix of both. It seems to me that play is fundamental to our development as children, and also to our healing and therapeutic process. The interaction between therapist and client is a way of exploring and creating reality….
To watch the video of Stephen and Allison talking about the upcoming training
To watch a video of Allison talking about the Grace and Chaos course
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