List of Publications

 


Fraser, T (2016).  Preparing child and youth care practitioners for the field.   CYC-online-E   journal of the International Child and youth care network. November,   23-30

Fraser, T., Taylor de Faoite, A., Prendiville, E. (2016) Telling takes, weaving neural networks (171-194).Howard. Prendiville, E. (Eds). In Creative psychotherapy. New York, NY: Routledge.

Fraser, T. (2016). Healing Spaces. Playground: A Publication of the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT), Fall/Winter, 12-14

Fraser, T (2015) Creating trauma focused educational milieus. Relational Child and Youth Care Journal, 28(4).58.

Fraser, T. (2015). Healing Spaces. Playground: A Publication of the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT), Fall/Winter, 12-14. Retrieved from https://cacpt.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Playground-Fall-2015.pdf

Fraser, T (2014) How neuroscience can inform play therapy practice with parents and carers. Howard J., Prendiville, E. (Eds.). In Play therapy today: contemporary practice with individuals and groups. (179-199).New York, NY: Routledge

Fraser, T (2014).Home is where your story begins, Relational Child and Youth Care Journal, 28 (2), 27.

Fraser, T. (2014). Healing Spaces. Playground: A Publication of the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT),Winter, 14-15

Fraser, T (2013).Working with adoptive families using sand, water, miniatures and a sandtray. N.R. Bowers (Eds.). In Play therapy with families: a collaborative approach to healing (161-173).New York, NY: Rowman and Littlefield

Fraser, T. (2013). Tips for the tough cases. Foster Focus: An in Depth Monthly Look at the Foster Care Industry, 2(12), 32-34.

Fraser, T. (2013). Healing Spaces. Playground: A Publication of the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT), Spring/Summer, 14 - 16.

Retrieved from https://cacpt.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/PGSpring2013-compressed.pdf

Fraser, T (2013).Direct teaching. C. Schaeffer, & A. Drewes (Eds.).In the therapeutic powers of play: 20 core agents of change (39-51).Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Fraser, T (2012) The importance of supervision. Chronical. Toronto: Ontario: OACYC

Fraser, T. (2012). Healing Spaces. Playground: A Publication of the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT), Spring, 22-23. Retrieved from https://cacpt.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/PG-Spring-2012.compressed.pdf

Fraser, T. (2011) Adopting a child with a trauma and attachment disruption history. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Loving Healing Press 

Fraser, T (2010).Creating a better world for our children. In L. Lowenstein (Eds.), Creative family therapy techniques: Play, art, and expressive activities to engage children in family sessions (111-115). Toronto, Ontario: Champion Press

Fraser, T. (2009).How to foster a sense to belonging in foster children. Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies Journal. 54(4).Retrieved from: http://www.oacas.org/pubs/oacas/journal/2009Fall/foster.html                                            

Fraser, T. (2009).Billy had to move. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Loving Healing Press.

Fraser, T. (2009).The power of worlds in the playroom. Liana Lowenstein. Retrieved from: http://lianalowenstein.com/article_sandtrayFraser.pdf

Fraser, T. (2008).Memory Quilt in L. Lowenstein (Eds.), Assessment and treatment activities for children and adolescents and families: Practitioners share their most effective techniques (84-88).Toronto, Ontario: Champion Press



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SPRING 2014 EDITION


HOME IS WHERE YOUR STORY BEGINS. AN ARTICLE ON LIFE BOOKS AND STORY WORK.


 (2015) Creating trauma focused educational milieus. Relational Child and Youth Care Journal, 28(4).58.

MAGAZINES AND NEWSLETTERS


​THERESA IS A REGULAR CONTRIBUTOR TO THESE MAGAZINES AND NEWSLETTERS. 

JOURNALS


SANDTRAY PLAY WITH ADOPTIVE FAMILIES  


THERESA WROTE A CHAPTER IN THIS PLAY THERAPY TEXT ON THE USE OF SANDTRAY THERAPY WITH ADOPTIVE FAMILIES. 

HOW NEUROSCIENCE CAN INFORM PLAY THERAPY PRACTICE WITH PARENTS AND CARERS


THIS CHAPTER DISCUSSES THE IMPACT OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT ON BRAIN DEVELOPMENT. SUGGESTIONS FOR HOME BASED ACTIVITIES ARE SHARED. 

THE FOUR S'S 

FOSTER PARENTS AND ADOPTIVE PARENTS HEAR EXAMPLES OF HOW SAFETY, STRUCTURE, SUPERVISION AN SUPPORT CAN HELP THEM AND THEIR CHOSEN CHILDREN CREATE THEIR  FAMILY. 


DIRECT TEACHING


THERESA WROTE A CHAPTER IN THIS PLAY THERAPY TEXT  ON THE POWER OF  DIRECT TEACHING IN PLAY THERAPY.

A BOOK FOR CHILDREN 

BILLY HAD TO MOVE CHRONICLES THE APPREHENSION OF BILLY FROM SCHOOL.  HE IS PLACED IN FOSTER CARE AFTER HIS GRANDMOTHER DIES. 

HE ALSO BEGINS PLAY THERAPY WHEN HIS FOSTER MOTHER RECOGNIZES THAT HE IS EXPERIENCING GRIEF AND LOSS AND ANXIETY SYMPTOMS. 

AVAILABLE AT AMAZON.CA AND PUBLISHED BY LOVING HEALING PRESS.