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    Lots of possibilities and some psychoanalytic concepts are relevant to your question. A child who has previously played at a more advanced level has "regressed", by definition. Often such a return to earlier levels results from trauma's or a stressor's ...

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    Hi Paula- I often refer to wording such as "regressive play behaviors" to indicate a type pf play that is at a developmental level younger than the clients state age.  Im not sure if this exactly answers your question? Thanks, Jamie ------------------------------ ...

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    I'm looking for help with a 7 yo girl I"m working with who is on the spectrum.   She has selective mutism at school but not in the play room with me.  She is aggressive at home and has regressed behavior but has no behavior issues at school.   Does anyone ...

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    Hi - I would highly recommend the following two books as some of what you are describing sounds like it could be ESS (Electronic Screen Syndrome) and is becoming much more prevalent in the digital age: Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction is Hijacking our ...

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    Hello. I have some concerns about a school counselor suggesting a 10 or 11 year old child has a personality disorder. Personality Disorders cannot be diagnosed until age 18, as personalities are not completely formed during childhood. And from the school ...

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