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  • The Paradigm Of The Beginnings Work With Clients In Play Therapy The First Contact

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.
    This webinar will discuss referral sources, the initial call, the decision to use individual play therapy or family work, and many other intricate considerations when engaging a client for the first time. We often lose sight of the “joining” aspect of therapy and find ourselves with cancellations or no shows when the initial contact has not been established. This webinar contains wonderful insights into the appreciation of play therapy and its impact on engaging clients.

  • The Paradigm of the “Beginnings” Work with Clients in Play Therapy: The Actual Contact

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.
    When we meet our clients for the first time, understanding waiting room etiquette, entering into our playroom/play therapy room and conducting the actual first session are all complicated matters. It is helpful to conceptualize and discuss these topics in order to understand what techniques/approaches will be helpful in addressing the presenting problem. play therapy might be part of the solution, but NOT THE solution.

  • The Paradigm of the “Beginnings” Work with Clients in Play Therapy: The Day After

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.
    After the first session hopefully we have established the goals, objectives, and timeline by which our work will unfold. To those ends, have we stopped to consider are we going to see the child in individual play therapy, the parent(s); are we going to introduce the child to the playroom or the parents to therapy; how will we end each session; and how will we setup the next session. All of these, and more intricate sensitive aspects of play therapy, will be discussed in this webinar. Examples and techniques on how to be effective in our session after our first meeting will be shared.

  • The Playroom: “Navigating the Challenges of Using a Therapeutic Space”

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Ann Thomas, RPT-S, LCSW.
    Introductions into a playroom, use of toys, limit setting, etc are many of the topics to be discussed. Understanding the power of the therapeutic space, the toys, and the relationships are an integral part of being successful with play therapy. This webinar will inspire you to continue to appreciate the power of our work and how simple things transform into tools to help children grow from their pain.

  • The School Year Is Beginning: Play Therapy With The School Counselor, Agency Therapist, And Private Practitioner….What Common Interests Do We Share?

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CEU.
    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LCSW, RPT-S.
    This is the time of year where ALL therapists working with kids begin planning, organizing, thinking, and resolving what they want to accomplish and achieve for the coming year. Perfect time of year…..SCHOOL IS STARTING…..This webinar will explore ALL the areas of “kids” work during this time of year from different professional’s roles, i.e. school, private or an agency clinician. Learn to conceptualize this time of year and the what we do, AND leave with a handful of new techniques in helping this population.

  • The Screaming of Toys!! Clay vs. Play Dough in Play Therapy

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 1 CEU.
    Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.
    Often clinicians have toys in their play room that they do not realize screamof things for their clients. What do toys mean? How do we use them? Why do they go from one toy to another? By discussing the use of play dough and clay, we will answer these and more questions about toys. What does Play Therapy say about these toys? Should they be in our playroom? What do we choose, etc.

  • Theories in Play Therapy: Ecosystemic, Prescriptive, and Group Play Therapy

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare eco systemic, prescriptive, and group play therapy.

  • Theories in Play Therapy: Experiential Play Therapy, Theraplay, and Object Relations/Thematic Play

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare experiential, therapy and object relations/thematic play therapy.

  • Theories in Play Therapy: Gestalt, Adlerian, and Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare Gestalt, Adlerian, and cognitive behavioral play therapy.

  • Theories in Play Therapy: Non-directive, Filial, and Relationship Play Therapy

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs.
    Presenter: Amy Badding, RPT, MS, NCC, LMHC.
    This webinar will discuss, analyze, illustrate, and contrast/compare non-directive, filial and relationship play therapy.

  • Kids Who Come Into The Playroom: Anger In The Playroom

    $60.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-2 CEUs.

    Presenter: Dianna Green, MSW, LCSW.

    This webinar will explore the presentation of anger and aggression in the playroom. Examining the developmental aspect of aggression, discussing theory, and exploring the expression of anger and aggression in the Playroom will be a significant aspect of the webinar. Play therapy techniques/interventions to help reduce this aggression in the Playroom, home, and school will be discussed.

  • Jungian Play Therapy 101

    $30.00

    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact) 1 CEU.

    Presenter: Cindy Lee, LCSW, RPT-S.

    Jungian Play Therapy – just the basics are explored in this webinar. Every think that Jungian therapy is just too hard to understand so why bother? Jungian Play Therapy theory provides such a powerful source of change and healing for the child that it is worth learning. In this webinar the basics will be simplified. The structure of the pshye is two components – the Self and the ego. As children experience trauma they experience deintegration or a fragmentation between the Self and ego. When the ego has experiences that are overwhelming beyond the capacity to manage, the experience is shipped off to the unconscious. This repressed material is called a complex. The child heals through play as they bring the repressed material into a conscious awareness thereby having a safe engagement with the complex which then allows opportunity to renegotiate the trauma. The therapist is the witness and container for this sacred experience. See that wasn’t so hard!

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