What the story is about.... Our group did a story board. We did a child who was working with a therapist doing play therapy to describe a traumatic event that happened to him when he was younger. The child starts by playing with the therapist and it flashes back to what happened to him that caused some trauma. Then it flashes back to him, and the therapist and they talk about how he felt.
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