The use of the computer as a therapeutic tool for children

Jones, A. and McMahon, H. (1994). The use of the computer as a therapeutic tool for children. In: Foot, H. C.; Howe, C. J.; Anderson, A.; Tolmie, A. and Warden, D. A. eds. Group and Interactive Learning. Southampton: WIT Press, pp. 87–92.



This paper argues that a computer program called Bubble Dialogue may provide a useful therapeutic tool for parents or professional therapists to use with children who have suffered disruptions.

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  • 38834
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  • 1-85312-341-2, 978-1-85312-341-2
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  • Proceedings of the International Conference on Group and Interactive Learning which took place at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, from 12th-16th September 1994, held under the auspices of the Scottish Branch of the British Psychological Society
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  • Other Departments > Research, Enterprise and Scholarship
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  • Ann Jones