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


    1 CEU (Non-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.

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


    Non-Contact-2 CEUs. 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.

  • Play Therapy with Children with ASD (2 CEUs)


    (Non-Contact)-2 CEUs. Presenter: Dr. Whitehead

    1 in 88 children are diagnosed with ASD, with males being diagnosed more than females (1:54 vs. 1:252). In addition, many children with ASD do not play in a manner that is beneficial to their development, may engage in inflexible, repetitive play patterns, may not exhibit symbolic or pretend play, and may not develop play scripts or understand the scripts of other children. Given this, it is important for clinicians to really understand the dynamics and symptoms of ASD, and learn creative ways to incorporate play, and work with families of children with ASD.

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


    (Non-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.

  • The Paradigm of the “Beginnings” Work with Clients in Play Therapy: The First Session


    (Non-Contact) 2 CEUs. Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LIMHP, LCSW, RPT-S.

    Understanding and accepting that the first session could be individual play therapy with a child, or could be a family/couple session, or could ultimately be divorce work, or could be parenting, helps clinicians begin the therapeutic process. All of these paradigms are therapeutic questions we need to ask before a client walks into the office. This webinar will challenge our theoretical foundation and help us better articulate why, when, and how we employ what we employ to begin the work with clients. With this backdrop, the first session in play therapy begins a more manageable task.

  • Attachment Theory and Play Therapy


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

    Participants will learn about Object Relations theory and how it can be used in your play therapy practice.  The five types of attachment will be discussed and how they relate to your clinical practice with children in play therapy.  Learn about Theraplay and other interventions to use with your child clients who struggle with an attachment disorder.

  • Burnout: What You Really Need To Know (2 CEUs)


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

    Burnout and compassion fatigue affect many healthcare professionals. Understanding and preventing burnout and compassion fatigue, both in ourselves and those we supervise, are critical to helping maintain healthy clinicians/healthcare providers who are able of growing and advancing the field in a positive direction.

  • Play Therapy with Gifted Children (2 CEUs)


    2 CEUs (Non-Contact) Presenter: Amy Ray

    In the midst of describing all aspect of their child’s life to you as the play therapist, sometimes parents will tell you the child is in gifted classes at school. In this webinar we will explore what it means to be considered gifted and what you, as the clinician, need to know about conducting play therapy with gifted children.

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


    (Non-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.

  • Interventions For Anxiety In The Classroom


    Previously Recorded (Non-contact)-1 CEU.
    Presenter: Cathy Canfield, MSW, LCSW, LICSW.
    Recent studies have shown that 1 of every 8 children will experience anxiety. The more anxious a child is at school, the less they are able to access learning and follow classroom structure. Anxiety fully encompasses our minds, emotions and bodies. Learn how to support the anxious child in a classroom with interventions.

  • Screening Suicide


    2 CEUs (Non-Contact)

    Presenter: Lisa Cowart, LPC, RPT-S, NCC

    Learn how to conceptualize suicide risk and protective factors during the suicide screening process.  Explore suicide screening tools and limitations.

  • Divorce And Children


    Previously Recorded (Non-Contact)-1 CEU.

    Presenter: Allan Gonsher, LSCSW, RPT/S.

    This webinar will discuss the theoretical underpinnings of “divorce therapy” and its impact on children. Maintaining distinct boundaries between the parents, communication between parents, parenting and other specific ideas will be discussed. Many ideas/techniques will be provided. 

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