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In this workshop, you will spend time learning the history of expressive arts and the powerful impact is has in the treatment process. You will learn modalities of expressive arts therapy, including, the use of expressive arts in play therapy, materials needed and how to conduct an expressive arts play therapy session from beginning to end.
This workshop will assist play therapists in exploring common obstacles to engaging families and parents in the play therapy process.
In this workshop, you will spend time learning the history of sand tray play therapy and the powerful impact is has in the treatment process.
This workshop will explore Adlerian Play therapy core concepts. Participants will learn key elements to Adlerian Play Therapy theory and how to integrate them into the playroom.
In this workshop, you will learn how to navigate a child’s school system (including the structure, IEP’s, 504 plans, Learning support teams, behavior learning teams, PBIS and more).
In this workshop, you will learn how to incorporate mindfulness into the playroom in order to create a safe, calm space for clients. Focus of the session will also be on self-care for clinicians and how to utilize mindfulness in order to be more present with clients.
Working with children and adolescents on the spectrum can often be scary and overwhelming. This is in large part to the lack of specialized training with this population that is received in graduate school.
In this workshop, play therapists with all backgrounds will increase awareness of compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and burnout. You will learn why working with children can put you in such a vulnerable group for experiencing compassion fatigue.
This workshop will assist play therapist in deepening their knowledge regarding trauma and adverse childhood experiences. Play Therapist will learn ways to identify and assess for childhood adversity.