Techniques

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  • (LIVE 9/5/19) THEORIES I: Psychoanalytic, Jungian, and Relationship Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Sept. 5, 2019 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.

    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare Psychoanalytic, Jungian, and Relationship play therapy.

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  • (LIVE 9/19/19) THEORIES II: Child-centered, Filial, Group and Family Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Sept. 19, 2019 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare Child-centered, Filial, Group and Family Play Therapy.

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  • (LIVE 10/24/19) THEORIES III: Gestalt, Adlerian, and Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Oct. 24, 2019 12:00-2:00 CST

    (Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.

    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare Gestalt, Adlerian, and cognitive behavioral play therapy.

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  • (LIVE 11/7/19) THEORIES IV: Experiential, Ecosystemic, and Prescriptive Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Nov 7, 2019 12:00-2:00 CST

    (Contact)-2 CEs. Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.

    Theory is the foundation of why a therapist does what they do to help their client.    Many different models of play therapy have emerged over the years, each with its own set of theoretical assumptions, goals, and techniques.  These ideas came from individuals who spent time analyzing what they call their “theory”.  This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare Experiential, Ecosystemic, and Prescriptive Play Therapy.

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  • Top 3 Presenting Problems for Play Therapy

    $60.00

    2 CEs (Non-Contact) Presenter: Allan Gonsher, LSCSW, RPT-S

    Different settings, different times, different approaches need to be considered when claiming “Top 3” presenting problems in Play Therapy. The following: 1) Divorce, 2) Social Skills for children, and 3) Parenting will be discussed in this webinar. Defining the problem, describing how the problem “enters’ the Play Room, the conceptualization of the case, and proven successful approaches/ techniques will be discussed. This webinar will challenge you to think about your most “popular” presenting problems and how to approach them.

  • Brand Yourself and Promote Your Business in Play Therapy

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs

    Presenter: Emily Lewis and Chrissy Pate

    In this unique webinar you will learn how to promote your business and yourself as a play therapy professional. You will learn how to maximize your efforts on your website, social media pages, emails and more. Even if you don’t have a website or social media presence you can still benefit from learning techniques to promote yourself to parents, and other professionals.

    **Please note this webinar does not count as continuing education credit through APT!

  • Being Culturally Competent with Children and Families in Play Therapy

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs Presenter: Sabra Starnes

    Play therapy is practiced among various cultures using an assortment of techniques and activities. Being culturally competent is essential to working with children and families. Play therapists must first fully understand the concept of culture and its potential impact on their own lives, the lives of their clients, and the play therapy process. By being aware of cultural issues enhances a child’s pride and preserves his/her culture. Discussion of transference and countertransference in the therapeutic relationship will also be discussed.

  • Discoveries in the Sand: Facilitating a Play Therapy Sand Tray Session

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact)-2 CEs. Presenter: Dr Schoenenberg

    This webinar provides an overview of the facilitative skills of sand tray work as a modality of play therapy.  This webinar discusses appropriate client selection, how to structure a sand tray session, integration of counseling goals into sand tray work, implement facilitative reflections process a client’s sand tray, and build upon the sand tray metaphors to enhance meaning.  Demonstrations and case examples are provided to illustrate concepts and skills. 

  • Teens, Tweens, and Twenties in Play Therapy

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact)-2 CEs. Presenter: Dianna Green, MSW, LCSW.

    Adolescent and adult clients present unique challenges for the play therapist. Explore ways to transform your favorite techniques and modify your room/environment to meet the needs of tween, teens, and those twenties plus who seek your services. Add to your professional toolbox by learning new interventions targeted towards adolescents and adults.

  • The Play Therapist is Here…Now What?

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact)-2 CEs. Presenter: Dianna Green, MSW, LCSW.

    A play therapist is/will be providing services to your school but what does this mean and how will it help your students. Join your fellow school personnel and budding play therapists to learn how play therapists use their unique skills to help students address their mental health issue impacting school performance, peer relationships, and home interactions. 

  • Helping Children With Social Skills Deficits

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Tali Arieff

    This webinar will examine social skills deficits, theoretical understandings of socialization, and different models of play therapy intervention.  Etiology of social skills deficits will be examined through the lense of play therapy theories.  The webinar will introduce the modalities of play therapy that are effective in treating social skills deficits, including Jungian; Interpretive play therapy; concrete social skills training curricula including Second Step, Social Thinking by Marcia Garcia Winner, and Social skills competencies by Gresham;  Use of countertransference, and bibliotherapy.

     

  • Bringing Fun Into The Home Using Play Therapy Techniques And Interventions With Families

    $60.00

    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Sabra Starnes, LICSW, LCSW-C, RPT-S.

    Play Therapists can do Home-based therapists know it can be hard for some people to get to an office for an appointment. Illness, disability, personal crisis, lack of funds, transportation issues, or childcare are all reasons a person might not be able to get to therapy. Family play therapy in the home can address many of these obstacles.

    When play therapy  is provided at home with families progress  can develop more quickly with the family. This is because famines  in therapy can be more relaxed in their own homes than in an office. As a result, effective treatment can progress, and healing may happen more easily.

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