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International Journal of Play Therapy® Tests


Facilitating Congruence, Empathy, and Unconditional Positive Regard through Therapeutic Limit-Setting: Attitudinal Conditions Limit-Setting Model (ACLM)



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Therapeutic limit-setting is a complex yet critical skill for child-centered play therapists. Limit-setting models and professional discussions exist in the literature, and each is grounded in person-centered and child-centered theory. However, the existing literature does not explicitly tie all of Rogers’s (1957) 6 conditions to the concept of limit-setting. The attitudinal conditions limit-setting model (ACLM) builds on existing literature by providing a 3-part model to help play therapists make limit-setting decisions based on the attitudinal conditions of congruence, empathy, and unconditional positive regard. The model is designed to support critical reflection and intentionality in the limit-setting process and to facilitate provision of the attitudinal conditions within critical relational moments in play therapy. A case example is provided to illustrate the ACLM in practice.

Learning Objectives:
  • Increase play therapy professional’s knowledge on setting limits in child-centered play therapy to promote the attitudinal conditions of congruence, unconditional positive regard, and empathic understanding.
  • Apply the attitudinal limit-setting model to their practice with children.
  • Provide play therapists/supervisors a method to better assess their/their supervisees’ decision-making around limit-setting.

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