Retired founder of UNT Center for Play Therapy continuing to further the field

Garry Landreth, retired founder of the UNT Center for Play Therapy, was featured in a story for the Arkansas Online newspaper for his role in pioneering the field of play therapy and his continuing engagement in the field. At a recent workshop at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Arkansas, Landreth – a regents professor emeritus – shared his expertise and helped educate counselors and students on how children will often convey their feelings through play and how play can improve counseling outcomes for children and strengthen parent-child relationships.

Visit the UNT Center for Play Therapy website for more information.