Non Contact

Learn Play Therapy theory and techniques with experienced play therapy specialists and earn continuing education credits from your home or office. One or Two CEs are available for each workshop. After the workshops, complete the quiz to receive your CE. Kids Inc. is an approved provider of Play Therapy Continuing Education by the Association for Play Therapy, APT Approved Provider 10-275.

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  • THEORIES II: Child-centered, Filial, Group and Family Play Therapy


    (Non-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.


  • THEORIES I: Psychoanalytic, Jungian, and Relationship Play Therapy


    (Non-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.

  • Sexual Trauma in Childhood: Impacts and Play Therapy Approaches


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs Corie Schoeneberg, PhD, LPC, RPT-S, NCC

    This webinar focuses on the spectrum of adverse impacts of sexual trauma in childhood and incorporates play therapy as a developmentally appropriate treatment modality for this presenting problem.  Participants will learn important considerations for treating children who have experienced sexual trauma, will develop a case conceptualization with a play therapy lens, and will be introduced prescriptive, trauma-informed play therapy frameworks that utilize play therapy therapeutic principles and interventions.

  • Top 3 Presenting Problems for Play Therapy


    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.

  • Children Can Heal from Trauma and Abuse and You Can Make the Difference in Play Therapy


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Lisa Cowart LPC, RPT-S, NCC

    Learn how children and adolescents experience trauma. Brain-based theories are critical when providing play therapy trauma informed services to children and adolescents as this is a time for growth in neural network formation. Expand your knowledge of trauma informed play therapy techniques to address symptoms of trauma and develop goals of healing and recovery.

  • The Beginning, Middle and Ends of Play Therapy


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter: Allan Gonsher

    Play Therapy, like life has Beginnings, middles and and endings. How to do an intake, how to do the therapy, and how to say goodbye. Essential components of understanding and implementing during our journey with our clients. This “jammed packed” 2 hour webinar will challenge you to think about creative, innovative, and engaging intake strategies. In addition, participants will learn about engaging and keeping clients involved with the therapy. And, finally, understanding and being prepared for “good-byes” will be discussed. If you want a thorough, comprehensive, and challenging webinar that will be riveted with facts, research and techniques, you need to take this one!!!!

  • Brand Yourself and Promote Your Business in Play Therapy


    (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


    (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


    (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


    (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.

  • Technology and social media: What does that mean to play therapists, school counselors, social workers, teachers and parents?


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Barb McMahill and Kimberly Mollenhour. 

    Toddlers to school-aged children are bombarded every day with technology and social media.  Participants in this webinar will learn about the effects technology and social media have on children. Suggestions will be given on how play therapists, school counselors, social workers, teachers and parents can help navigate that journey

  • LGBTQIA  and Play Therapy


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEs. Presenter:Sabra Starnes

    Learn how to care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex clients in play therapy. Develop understanding the differences of the populations listed and how social and cultural plays a role in that identity. Gain understanding to the ethical conflicts that arise when working with these populations. Learn how countertransference, transference and resistance can affect your work with this population. Develop skills and tools to work with these populations.

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