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

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CE.

    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 CEs.

    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 CE.

    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.

  • Sand Tray Supervision In Play Therapy (For Supervisors)

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CEU.

    Presenter: Ann Thomas, LCSW.

    During play therapy supervision, it is sometimes difficult to identify and find the words to describe the dynamics of the clients/therapist relationship. Utilizing the techniques of sand tray therapy, the clinician can create a picture in the sand about the case and through supervision uncover the factors that may be impeding the process. This technique offers a unique approach for both individuals to see the case with clarity and enhance the supervisee’s self-awareness. Observe a supervision session where the supervisee conceptualizes the case using miniatures in sand and the supervisor guides the process. Throughout the webinar, learn techniques that facilitate this process and observe the impact it has on the developing play therapist.

  • Play Therapy: The Importance of Supervision and Case Conceptualization

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 1 CE.

    Presenter: Amanda Gurock, LICSW.

    Explore and learn why supervision in play therapy is important in clinical work. Understand Bernard’s Discrimination Model of supervision. One will learn the role of the supervisor and its relationship to process, personalization, and conceptualization, the major focus in this approach. This webinar will explore conceptualization of supervision and its relationship to managing a case effectively and efficiently.

  • Play Therapy: TF-CBT, PCIT, CFTSI, CPP: What Are All These Letters And Why Do We Care In Relationship To Play Therapy

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CE.

    Presenter: Amanda Gurock, LICSW, PLADC.

    Explore and learn why using Evidence Based Practices are so important. Expand your understanding of Trauma and Its Effects on Children in play therapy. Gain better understanding of four commonly used evidence based practices to treat traumatized children and family. This session will help expand your tool box and peak your interest about ways you can better help children and families. The Evidence Based Practices discussed are TF-CBT, PCIT, CFTSI, and CPP.

  • Play Therapy: Complex Case Collaboration for the Play Therapist and Psychiatrist

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CE.

    Presenter: Dr. Pamela Siller.

    Dr. Siller, a child and adolescent psychiatrist with over 12 years of experience in the field of medicine, will present several cases that are challenging, interesting, and common to many clinicians. This particular webinar is interactive. She will also discuss some of her cases in order to help clinicians conceptualize, understand, and appreciate what one can/should do in order to help patients in play therapy.

  • Play Therapy: A Child-Centered Approach to Mental Health

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CE.

    Presenter: Lynn M. McLean, LCSW-S.

    Interested in what everyone is talking about? Find out (or reacquaint yourself with) why Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) is the modality most used by play therapy practitioners. This webinar will cover the theoretical foundations for child-centered play therapy and get to the heart of what makes this intervention one of the most valuable tools we have for treating young children.

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

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEs.

    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.

  • Play Therapy With Sexually Abused Children…….Putting The Pieces Back Together

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CE.

    Presenter: Presenter: Amy Hyken-Lande, LSCSW.

    When a child has been sexually abused, the world no longer makes sense. This webinar will address how to start the therapeutic process, helping the child gain control, and begin the process of healing in play therapy. It will cover items such as how to build trust in a therapeutic setting, choosing toys for the play room, creating safety, and teaching actual interventions. Discussion about the non-offending parent (if the child was abused by a parent) and other issues related to working with parents.

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

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact) 2 CEs.
    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.

  • Play Therapy Odds and Ends: Play Therapy Humility

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact) 2 CEs.

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

    During the Holiday “season” we often forget about children’s challenges in school, family, friends, and within themselves. Depression, anxiety, and ADHD are often diagnosed and treated more heavily during these stressful times. What happened to the joy, fun, and warm feelings that were characteristic during Holiday “seasons”? Watching children in the play room with the use/intervention of defined play therapy techniques can often help children emancipate from difficult relationships, feelings, or behavior.

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