Play Therapy for Traumatized Children
This download is a recording of our March 2019 Webinar. The recordings take approximately 6 hours to view. A training manual as well as additional handout materials are included with the download.
This advanced course will go through the process and planning for treatment of children who have been traumatized through abuse, natural disaster or other incidents that have been experienced. The participants will see how the process is used is Type I trauma as well as in Type II traumas and how different methods are used in play therapy to facilitate the healing process of the children. Some experiential work will be done, and illustrations will be provided through case presentations.
- Understand Children’s post–traumatic responses and how they impact the play of children in play therapy
- Discuss and understand the power of Release Play Therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder
- Name the difference between play therapy and talk therapy as it relates to children’s traumas
- Use a number of state-of-the-art play therapy techniques to respond to traumatized children
- Understand the trans-disciplinary assessment and its advantages for children in play therapy
- Learn how to instill a sense of mastery over traumatic events through play therapy
About Video Quality Control. . .
When first deciding to make these video workshops, we had a decision to make: produce them professionally at a very high cost or produce them ourselves at lower cost. Because our goal was to disseminate as much play therapy information as possible to mental health professionals with limited budgets, we decided on the latter. Each video workshop is 3 to 6 hours long, yet we’ve been able to keep the costs under $150. The “trade-off” for this is a slight decrease in video quality and rough cuts and transitions. Many of our videos are recordings of our live webinars and therefore provide an experience similar to the webinars without the ability to interact with the speaker. The recordings are not edited and may have moments of pixelation and decreased video quality. The videos are not glitzy production numbers, but viewers have consistently commented that the quality of information on them is top-notch.
About Continuing Education Credits. . .
The Association for Play Therapy (APT) permits play therapists to earn their non-Contact CE credits via these video/webinar recording workshops. To obtain CE credits, you must receive an 85% or higher on a short-essay exam. After submitting your exam, you will receive documentation of CE credits via mail. If you have additional questions about CE credits please contact us at email@example.com