Our expert says:
Maybe the problem is that you are focussing on "finding a topic". Approach the issue from a different angle. First brainstorm possible topics of interest --- what aspects of play therapy are controversial or undecided among play therapists ? What aspects are you most often asked about when people ask what you do ? What aspects do you find most puzzling or unsatisfactory in what you're taught ? In other words, if someone else was doing research --- what would you find most interesting to have answered ? Thwn, with a listi of a dozen or so possible questions, look at logistics --- which are doable, in the time available, with the resources available ?
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