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A Practitioner’s Guide: Therapeutic Powers of Play - Inspiring Scotland


A Practitioner’s Guide: Therapeutic Powers of Play


‘Birds fly, fish swim, children play’ -Garry L. Landreth, Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship

In this week’s guest blog we hear from Deidre a play therapist based in Ireland who shares the therapeutic benefits of play and some handy play tips and activities for both parents and practitioners.






Inspiring Scotland Insights November 2020

  Inspiring Scotland’s monthly intelligence report, providing an overview of key issues being reported by charities supported across its funds. Initially developed as an internal resource, these reports help to highlight issues as they emerge, predict what is needed in the months ahead, and explore how we can best respond collectively. We also believe this

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Q&A with Wild Child –  Childminding

This week’s guest blog is from Wild Child – Childminding Adventures. In this blog we sat down with the team to find out more on how they are bringing outdoor play into their setting! If you work within a child minding setting, this blog is for you! Can you introduce yourselves and briefly tell us

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Glossary – Third Sector jargon-busting

Inspiring Scotland’s guide to Third Sector jargon for charity leaders.

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