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  • Techniques In Play Therapy: The Play Room

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Dianna Green, MSW, LCSW.
    In play therapy understanding the role of the basic “tools” in the play room is essential for the play therapist. Conceptualizing one’s theoretical framework, the toys, and the playroom are critical in play therapy. The most frequently used and agreed upon toys to be included in the play space, the use of a traveling play bag or a fixed playroom and becoming familiar with how toys can be used to achieve therapeutic growth for children are all discussed in this webinar. Toys to be examined in this session include miniature doll family, domestic animal figures, community helper figures and toy soldiers, plastic food and dishes.

  • Termination In Play Therapy: Preparing For Termination

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Tammi Van Hollander, LCSW, RPT.
    Termination can be difficult for play therapists, the family and the client. Even the word “termination” can evoke an array of feelings about the therapeutic relationship. This webinar will address when to recognize, plan, and set goals for ending therapy with a client. When ending therapy, preparation is a crucial aspect to the therapeutic process. You will learn the different types of terminations and how to best be prepared for the “unexpected.” You will learn how to collaborate with the parents and client to prepare for closure from the beginning of therapy. Goodbyes are also difficult for the therapist and we need to have our own process of “letting go” and celebrating the successes our clients have made. This webinar will address our own counter transference and vulnerabilities of terminating the therapeutic relationships and how we need to practice our own self-care.

  • Termination in Play Therapy: Preparing for Termination on Day 1: Abrupt Termination

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Julie Plunkett, LPC, LCPC.
    Learn the definition of termination in play therapy. Prepare everyone for abrupt terminations as early as the first session. This sensitive topic will be covered to help children appreciate the relationship and activities they will explore in the playroom. This is a compelling webinar to view.

  • Termination In Play Therapy: Termination Phases In Play Therapy

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded-(Non-contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Amy Ray, LPC, NCC, RPT.
    The process of saying goodbye in play therapy is as important as the beginning and working phases. In this webinar, we will discuss the termination phase of play therapy. We will also look at when to begin termination, the ideal components of termination, and factors to consider when planning termination.

  • Terminations In Play Therapy: How Does A Clinician Know When A Child Is Ready For Termination And How Does One Begin

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Julie Plunkett, LPC, LCPC.
    Termination is a very sensitive topic in play therapy. Knowing when a child is ready for termination requires a great deal of sensitivity and finesse. This webinar will not only address this topic but provide proven techniques on how to begin the process. Understanding feelings of all involved will also be discussed in the webinar.

  • Terminations in Play Therapy: The Day of Termination- Activities

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Julie Plunkett, LPC, LCPC.
    Termination is a difficult process in play therapy. This webinar will not only discuss this aspect but also provide hands-on techniques on how to “do” termination. Seasoned clinicians will want to take this webinar because the conceptualization and application of termination in play therapy will be discussed. This is a sensitive topic presented in a caring manner.

  • Technique II: “The Window” Hoops, Cars, Monsters, and more techniques in Play Therapy

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 1 CEU.

    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.

    It is essential for clinicians to have a theoretical foundation to all of their work. Even the design of the play room and toys used are an extension of one’s conceptualization, articulation, and expression of the modality they use in play therapy. It never hurts to have some “tricks” (techniques) up one’s sleeve. Learn some new techniques in play therapy that can be implemented with a myriad of presenting problems.

  • Supervision in Play Therapy: The Different Modalities

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.

    Presenter: Amanda Gurock, LICSW, PLADC.

    Everybody wants to develop leadership and supervisory skills. In order to do so, it takes time and practice. This webinar will help you develop as a leader, supervisor and Play Therapist. You will learn what it takes to be a clinical Play Therapist supervisor. Being able to set goals for your students, and learn different types of models of Play Therapy supervision will all be included in this webinar.

  • Supervision & Play Therapy: Models of Supervision and its Practical Applications

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-2 CEUs.

    Presenter: Amanda Gurock, LICSW, PLADC.

    This webinar will certainly challenge you. Practical Application of supervision will be discussed. Deciding on which model of play therapy supervision and applying it is always difficult. This is your chance to learn how this is done. Be prepared to challenge your present status quo.

  • Successful Supervision in Play Therapy. Can You Recognize Your Blind Spots?

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CEU.

    Presenter: Ann Thomas, LCSW.

    What constitutes a successful supervision experience? While the supervision process is often to help the less experienced therapist learn and recognize their blind spots, it is important for supervisors to reflect on their own supervision style and explore their own blind spots. Listen as play therapists discuss what attributes, techniques, and approaches were helpful in their clinical development. What factors have the most impact in supervision and tips supervisees wish their supervisor had known or asked. Talking candidly about the supervision process, will provide specific ideas for supervisors to consider as they provide play therapy supervision.

  • Spirituality in Family and Play Therapy

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.

    Presenter: Julie Plunkett, LPC, LCPC.

    Spirituality is an issue that is often neglected in graduate school. We are sometimes uncomfortable with delving into this subject with our adult and child clients. In a world of tolerance, we fear offending someone due to differing political, cultural or even spiritual beliefs. Research has shown that spirituality is a key to resiliency for all ages. Children are more open to appreciate spirituality. This webinar will give an introductory overview of spirituality in family and play therapy. Learn how to use this powerful and underutilized aspect of the human psyche in play therapy.

  • Sand Work with Adolescents and Adults in Play Therapy

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 1 CEU.

    Presenter: Cindy Lee, LCSW, RPT-S.

    Sand Work is a combination of what you already know and love about sand tray and play therapy but adds a twist from Jungian psychology. Adolescents and adults are adept at addressing their painful experiences from the thinking part of the brain (frontal lobes). Sand Work allows adolescents and adults to go deeper then what they already know by symbolically creating within the sand thereby offering opportunity for new insight and growth. In Sand Work the repressed material moves from the unconscious to a conscious awareness where the client can confront it, learn from it, and make choice what to do with it. How to apply Jungian Play Therapy theory to work in the sand and the role of the therapist in Sand Work will be explored.

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