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  Brit   is   h Jo   u   rn   a   l o   f  PL   AY THER   A   PY  Pub   lis   h   e   d b   y t   h   e Brit   is   h A   s   s   o   cia   t   io   n o   f Pla   y Th   e   ra   p   is   t   s Volume 2December 2006  CORRES   P   ONDEN   CE Correspondence to the Editor should be sentto BAPT, 1 Beacon Mews, South Road,Weybridge, Surrey KT13 9DZ   S   COPE The British Journal of Play Therapy is anational journal with a focus on the theoreticaland research aspects of Play Therapy practice.Its aim is to bring together the differenttheoretical and professional disciplinesinvolved in Play Therapy and this will bereflected in the composition of the EditorialBoard. Nevertheless we welcome submissionfrom all relevant professional backgrounds.The journal thus aims to promote theoreticaland research developments in the fields of PlayTherapy practice. Submission of reviews,systematic reviews and research papers whichsupport evidence-based practice are alsowelcomed.Papers may assume any of thefollowing forms:(a) Papers reporting srcinal research findings.(b) Theoretical papers.(c)Review papers, which need not beexhaustive, but which should give an interpretation of the state of research orpractice in a given field and, whereappropriate, identify its clinical implications.(d) Systematic reviews.(e) Brief reports and comments.   S   UBS   CRIPTIONS The British Journal of Play Therapy iscurrently published once a year on behalf of the British Association of Play Therapists. Thecost reflects this and will be adjusted whenmore frequent publication is resumed. Subscription rates include delivery (but notVAT or Sales Tax where this is payable). Th   e an   nu   al s   ub   s   crip   t   ion ra   t   e   s p   e   rv   o   lum   e a   re a   s fo   llow   s   : Britain (England, Scotland and Wales)  Institutions£25Individual£15 Europe  Institutions£30Individual£17 North America (USA, Canada and Mexico)  Institutions£35Individual£20Orders, which must be accompanied by payment, may be sent to:Journal Department,The British Association of Play Therapists,1 Beacon Mews, South Road, Weybridge,Surrey KT13 9DZ COPY    IN   G No part of this publication may bereproduced, stored or distributed by anymeans without permission in writing from theBritish Association of Play Therapists.Organisations authorized by the UKCopyright Licensing Agency may alsophotocopy material subject to the usualconditions. Bri   t   is   h Jo   u   rn   al o   f Pla   y Th   e   rap   y An official publication of the British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT) Copyright © The British Association of Play Therapists (2006) Allrights reserved. Registered Charity No. 1115673The British Association of Play Therapists is the trading name of The British Association of Play Therapists Ltd, registered inEngland & Wales (Company number 5477406). Registeredaddress: 47 Sedlescombe Road South, St. Leonards-on-Sea, EastSussex TN38 0TB  Correspondence to the Editor, Editorial Board and Advisory Board should be sent to theAdministrator, BAPT, 1 Beacon Mews, South Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 9DZ   Advisory Board MERKEL SENDER (Educational Psychology) Summerfield Centre, London, England  MARY CARDEN (Child Protection) Harpenden, Hertforshire, England  Editor ANNE BARNES Notre Dame Centre, Glasgow, Scotland  Editorial Board BRITIS   H JOURN   A   L OF PL   AY THER   A   PY  ANN CATTANACH Department of Social Policy and Social Work,University of York, York, England  CHRIS DANIEL-McKEIGUE Postgraduate Studies, Liverpool Hope University,Liverpool, England  SUE JENNINGS Glastonbury, England  VIRGINIA RYAN Department of Social Policy and Social Work,University of York, York, England  JANET BARR Notre Dame Centre, Glasgow, Scotland   EDITORIAL Anne Barnes3 PAPERS Diana Jansen4The Use of Sandplay with ChildrenDavid L Myrow14Theraplay 󰂮 : An IntroductionChris Daniel-McKeigue24Playing in the field of research: Creating a bespoke methodology to investigate play therapy practiceLeong Min See37Child Survivor of the Tsunami:A Case StudyAngie Naylor46The ethics of researching children in non-directive play therapyJohn Casson55The five story self structure:A new therapeutic method on the CommunicubeBook Reviews63Notes for Contributors65Table of Contents66   BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLAY THERAPY    2006DECEMBERVOLUME 2 2
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