Children with disruptive behaviors have an increased risk of ongoing and more severe problems throughout life. Early intervention can mitigate these consequences. We used a single-case design to research the impact of Adlerian group play therapy on children’s disruptive classroom behaviors. Results were mixed, with an overall improvement in children’s behaviors over the course of the study. Detailed results, implications, limitations, and suggestions for future studies are described.
Recognize the additions of group Adlerian play therapy compared with individual.
Identify the components necessary to interpret a single case research design study.
Recognize areas for future research opportunities.