Incorporating Caregivers in the Play Therapy Process

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Just a few quick things before you begin!

Available December 3, 2021
(Recording only accessible for viewing up to 60 days, expiring on February 1, 2022 @ 11:59PM)

1. Go through the lessons in order; they are built on one another. All assignments and quizzes must be submitted and completed within the 60 day viewing timeframe.

2. Certificates of completion will be provided within 10 business days after the course expiry date. While a certificate of completion can be granted,  Play Therapy credit through the Association of Play Therapy may not be awarded to non-graduate level mental health professionals or graduate level students in the mental health field.

3. CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT APPROVAL:
Association for Play Therapy: 2.0 training hours (APT Provider #20-984)
APT recognizes this course as meeting the requirements for non-contact training hours towards* their national certification process to become a Registered Play Therapist

4. All course assignment submissions must be sent to info@instituteofchildpsychology.com. Please ensure to mention the course name and lesson number that you are submitting an assignment for. Only make one email submission inclusive of all assignments together.

Incorporating Caregivers in the Play Therapy Process
INSTRUCTOR: Tania Johnson, R.Psych., RPT

In this workshop attendees will learn to integrate family therapy and parent-lead activities into the play therapy room. Therapists learn how to train and supervise parents as they conduct special child-centered play sessions with their own children. These directives are designed to resolve presenting problems while strengthening family relationships.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Assist parents in generalizing the use of the play skills to everyday life situations
  • Learn how to discuss themes of the play sessions with parents to further their understanding of the child and the relationship
  • Help parents understand the value and importance play and their involvement in their children’s treatment
  • Help caregivers set up parent-child play sessions, and give constructive feedback to improve their skills

-The Institute of Child Psychology

Prerequisites

None