British Association of Play Therapy Magazine
Her insight into engaging key workers by giving them roles they will consider valuable is not rocket science, but rather another indication fo the intuitive nature of Mary's style which is evident throughout the book. She writes from the viewpoint of experience as well as that of social anthropologist whose prime area of research is the human body and its use in communication. Mary is clear that not everything one needs is in the book, but she hopes that she has given the reader encouragement and the practitioner something to work on. I concur she has laid a fine foundation.