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以下の5文を訳してくださいm(__)m ▼Here in this area of overlap between the playing of the child and the Playing of the other person there is a chance to introduce enrichments. ▼The teacher aims at enrichment.By contrast,the therapist is concerned specifically with the child's own growth processes,and with the removal of blocks to development that may have become evident. ▼It is psychoanalytic theory that has made for an understanding of these blocks. ▼At the same time it would be a narrow view to suppose that psychoanalysis is the only way to make therapeutic use of the child's playing. ▼It is good to remember always that playing is itself a therapy.To arrange for children to be able to play is itself a psychotherapy that has immediate and universal application,and it includes the establishment of a positive social attitude towards playing.

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1. 子供の遊びと他の人の遊びとの共通部分のこの領域にこそ、拡充する機会が、あります。 2. 先生は、拡充を目指します。 対照的に、セラピストは、子供自身の成長プロセスや、明白になっているのかもしれない発達に対する障害を取り除くことに、特に関心を持ちます。 3. これらの障害の理解に役立ったのは、精神分析理論です。 4. 同時に、精神分析が子供の遊びを治療的に利用する唯一の方法であると考えることは、偏狭な見方です。 5. 遊ぶことがそれ自体で治療であるのを常に忘れないことは、よいことです。 子供たちが遊ぶことができるように手配すること自体、効き目が早くあらゆる状況に対応する適用を備えた精神療法です、そして、それは遊びに対する積極的な社会的な態度の確立を含んでいます。

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