This paper proposes that play therapy can be an appropriate intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It proposes that play therapy may offer school counsellors opportunities that the more cognitive therapies do not. Through the use of case study research, the paper discusses and illustrates an intervention with a seven-year-old boy with autism across 12 sessions of sand play in a school in Queensland, Australia.
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