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  • (LIVE) Kids Who Come Into The Playroom: Fear And Anxiety In The Playroom

    $60.00

    LIVE-Jan. 15, 2019 7:00-9:00 PM CST

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

    Exploring the presentation of fear and anxiety through a developmental perspective is critical in discussing children in the Playroom. The theory of fear/anxiety, how it is presented by children, the play associated with it and more will be presented in this webinar. Play therapy techniques/interventions to help reduce the expression of fear/anxiety with these children will be included in the webinar.

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  • (LIVE) Kids Who Come Into The Playroom:ADHD, Select Mutism, Oppositionality, And More In The Playroom

    $60.00

    LIVE May 10, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

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

    Hyperactivity, the unfocused child, select mutism, and obedience versus disobedience are a few of the children’s issues that will be discussed in this play therapy webinar. Discussing how these children express these behaviors in and out of the playroom are significant issues to evaluate. Strategies/techniques for success in the playroom, home and school will be presented throughout the webinar.

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  • (LIVE) Techniques In Play Therapy: Know How To Be Creative In Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE-June 7, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact)-2 CEUs. Presenter: Dianna Green, MSW, LCSW.
    When circumstances call for a “creative” response, what do you do? Learn focused Play Therapy techniques and interventions. We will focus on which strategies are appropriate and how to connect such a strategy within play therapy. Examples of this are bibliotherapy, directive emotional expressive crafts requiring special supplies, or take home activities. Not all techniques require a full session. In this webinar, we will also look at “quick fixes” which help foster the therapeutic relationship between child and therapist.

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  • (LIVE) Filial Therapy and Theraplay, How does one Integrate it with Group/Family Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Dec. 18, 2018 7:00-9:00 PM CST

    Contact-1 CEU. Presenter: Sabra Starnes, LICSW, LCSW-C, RPT-S.

    Filial and Theraplay are two very significant contributions to the field of Play Therapy. Defining their approaches, conceptualizing their theories, and implementing them, are all part of this webinar. How they integrate with Group/Family Therapy is a challenge. When to utilize these modalities with children and their families is an art form which will be discussed. The Play room will come alive in this webinar.

  • (LIVE) Play Therapy with Relationships to Group/Family: What is Family Therapy and How is it Related to Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Dec. 20, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact) Presenter: Sabra Starnes, LICSW, LCSW-C, RPT-S

    Family Play therapy is often misunderstood. The definition, conceptualization, and implementation of this strategy is complicated and integrated into the category of Play Therapy. This webinar will not only define Family Play Therapy, but give numerous examples of its implementation. Expressive and Narrative Therapy are all part of the discussion on Family Play therapy. Lot of “hands on” activities.

  • (LIVE) Directive/Non-Directive Play therapy: What is its Relationship to Group/Family Play Therapy?

    $60.00

    LIVE Dec. 27, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

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

    The decision to use Directive or Non-Directive Play Therapy is an ongoing debate. Therapists continually debate which approach to use whether it is with individuals, families, or groups. It is no different in Play therapy. A Clinician’s training, experience, and comfort level helps him/her to decide which approach to use. When discussing these modalities in Play Therapy, one needs to understand its relationship to Group Play Therapy.

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  • (Live) Tragedy, Destructive Politics and Anger: How Does That Affect Children Who Come To A Play Therapist? by Allan Gonsher (1 CEU)

    $30.00

    LIVE Nov. 14, 2018 12:00-1:00 PM CST

    1 CEU (Contact)

    Presenter: Allan Gonsher, LSCSW, RPT-S

    In today’s world where there is tragedy, destructive politics, and anger it will, of course, impact our children.  Whether these are issues which cause the children to be referred to our offices ( the presenting problem) or they are simply the atmosphere that impacts our children’s lives, we Play Therapists need to be understanding, objective, and practical. This webinar will address issues that touch children’s lives, discuss the theoretical challenges children and clinicians must address, explore counter-transferential issues, and provide practical play therapy techniques to help our client population.

  • (LIVE) Play Therapy Middles: Issues and Problems in the “middle” stages of Play Therapy

    $60.00

    LIVE Oct. 30, 2018 7:00-9:00 PM CST

    (Contact) 2 CEUs. Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will address issues such as limit setting, silent/resistant children, and lying. All of these challenges and more exist in play therapy. The “working stage” of p therapy has its own conceptualization, appreciation, and application. Unlike other stages, this one requires a great deal of skill by the therapist. Learn in this webinar how to navigate these challenging behaviors of the child/family.

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  • (LIVE) Play Therapy Middles: The Working Stage, Dependency and Therapeutic Growth

    $60.00

    LIVE Oct. 23, 2018 7:00-9:00 PM CST

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

    The “Working Stage” of play therapy includes both therapeutic dependency and growth. Dependency in Play therapy is both a positive and negative phenomenon. Navigating this and evaluating whether it is progressive or regressive is a challenge of clinicians. This webinar will address all of these sensitive issues.

  • (Live) Protect Yourself…..Preventing Unwarranted Accusations in Play Therapy (2 CEUs)

    $60.00

    LIVE Oct. 24, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact) – 2 CEUs. Presenter: Allan Gonsher

    In today’s world clinicians need to be aware of situations which can “compromise” his/her work. Whether it is touch, ethical accusations or suggested inappropriate behavior, clinicians need to be prepared. Play therapy has a lot to say about these situations. This webinar is being taught by Allan M. Gonsher, a master clinician for almost 40 years. He will address issues that all clinicians that work with children need to consider from the release of information forms, videotaping, to engagement with skeptical/aggressive parents. This is a Play Therapy webinar not to be missed.

  • (LIVE) Play Therapy- Middles: The “Working stage” of Assessment, Observation, and Treatment Goals

    $60.00

    LIVE-Oct. 25, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

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

    This webinar will address issues of Assessment, Observations and Treatment goals in the “Middle…”Working Stages” of play therapy. Often clinicians believe this only takes place in intake. Having the skills to navigate these issues enhance a therapist’s success in helping children. A conceptualization AND application of this knowledge is what this webinar is all about.

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  • (Live) Bringing Fun Into The Home Using Play Therapy Techniques And Interventions With Families (2 CEUs)

    $60.00

    LIVE Aug. 2, 2018 12:00-2:00 PM CST

    (Contact) 2 CEUs. 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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