The Positive Power of Play for Kids (And Kids at Heart!)

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Experts agree on the positive power of play. It inspires creativity, confidence, empathy, resilience, and more in our children. Surprisingly, however, we don't always make room for unstructured time, especially as the school year kicks into gear. Join us as we chat with Katie Hurley, LCSW, child psychotherapist, and expert in play therapy to learn tips and tricks for making play a meaningful part of our everyday! And ask her questions, too.


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    Planting ideas, growing minds. Our mission is to create beautiful, innovative children's products to help imaginations bloom.
  • @katiefhurley Katie Hurley
    Author, The Happy Kid Handbook (Tarcher/Penguin), Psychotherapist/Parenting Expert, writer @itsmomtastic @Everyday_Family @HuffingtonPost @momdotme


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