Homemade Play Therapy Puppets:
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Make Your Own Ladybug Play Therapy Puppet

This adorable little ladybug play therapy puppet is an excellent example of how to make your own play therapy puppets.

My play therapy students made this puppet out of styrofoam, pom pom balls, glitter, glue, pipe cleaners, and wiggly eyes.

The ladybug is then placed on a stick for the "play therapy puppet effect."

Children love to see the bright and colorful homemade puppets for play therapy. It does not take that much time, money, or effort to be a creative counselor and make your own play therapy puppets.

Try making yours today!

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Disclaimer: This website and its content is intended for trained licensed mental health professionals and school certified mental health professionals to use for their clients / students at their own discretion.

*If you ignore the disclaimer above are using these techniques on yourself and you feel any discomfort or upset it is highly suggested that you seek out a licensed  mental health professional immediately.

"Beyond Art Therapy" is the concept from Dr. Stangline that combines all creative fields in therapy. It is not the traditional "art therapy" but goes beyond to include sand tray therapy, play therapy, mindfulness, meditation, color therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and a vast majority of other therapies.

For any other type of mental health emergency call your local 911 / Police Number immediately.

Dr. Stangline does not offer advice / suggestions to anyone who is not a professional mental health provider, or a student who is studying this field and has questions about mental health programs of study.

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