Live Play Therapy Training via Webinar!

All live play therapy training webinars are provided by Wonders Counseling Services, LLC, an APT Approved Provider #12-321 and they each provides 2 CONTACT Play Therapy Training Hours toward your RPT/RPT-S or for renewal purposes until 2020.

All webinars provide video presentation, opportunity to ask questions and comment via chat feature and hand-outs emailed to participants in advance. All webinars are at a post-graduate level intended for masters level therapists working toward initial or renewed credential of Registered Play Therapist and/or Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor with Association for Play Therapy. Participants are asked to be off camera and muted during presentation to eliminate background noise for the quality assurance of recording of presentation.

PLEASE NOTE: All live webinars will provide 2 actual clock hours of training content beyond the introductions and administrative time at the beginning of the live webinar. Occasionally there will be assigned and required reading provided as part of the webinar which is part of the 2 hours of training.

Cancellation and Refund Policy: You must cancel your order more than 14 days prior to the live workshop date in order to receive a refund. If you are unable to attend the webinar live you can receive the webinar recording and all handouts and get credit for 2 non-contact play therapy training hours and 2 NBCC credits on Jen Taylor Play Therapy educational platform. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with this policy!

Bulk Purchase Discount is Available.

For a special 10% bundle discount for purchase of 5 or more webinars

please email lynn@wonderscounseling.com to receive a special discount instruction and pay link!

CATALOG OF 2018 LIVE WEBINARS

November

Group Play Therapy with Children Ages 5-11

November 16 11:00-1:00 EST

Play therapy with groups of children can be a powerful modality for growth and healing. This webinar will provide training on how to create groups with particular play based interventions focused on various topics such as social skills, kindergarten readiness, anxiety, grief and changing families. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the nature and benefits of group play therapy with children ages 5-11.
  2. Describe how to structure and run groups using play therapy interventions with particular focus on various topics.
  3. Explain specific methods for tracking progress of group members and how to communicate with parents throughout the  play therapy group’s process from initial intake to termination.

FEE: $45 CEUs: The live webinar counts as 2 hours of APT approved play therapy training (APT Approved Provider 12-321). This webinar will be recorded and once recorded will be available for 2 hours of non-contact play therapy training AND 2 hours of NBCC approved continuing education.

 

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Fostering Emotional Intelligence through Play Therapy for Children & Parents

November 30 11:00-1:00 EST

Based on the research of Daniel Goleman, PhD and John Gottman, PhD, this 2 hour webinar will explore in depth the essence of emotional intelligence and how play therapy interventions can help children and their parents develop adaptive ways of identifying and expressing emotions resulting in improved relationships with self and others. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define the concept of emotional intelligence and identify why it is important to cultivate.
  2. Name 15 facilitative play therapy interventions that effectively foster development of emotional intelligence.
  3. Describe 7 ways to assist parents in understanding how and why they will benefit from learning new skills to foster their own emotional intelligence and how to be an emotion coach for their children.

December

Evidence Based Play Therapy: Research Supported Treatment Planning

December 7 11:00-1:00 EST

This 2 hour webinar will carefully examine the research that shows and supports evidence based play therapy for treatment planning in helping children with a variety of mental health issues and challenges. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the most current and standing research studies demonstrating the efficacy of particular play therapy interventions.
  2. Explain how to structure a play therapy treatment plan rooted in evidence based practices.
  3. Describe ways to share with other professionals, parents and the community about the research that supports the use of play therapy to help children with mental health challenges.

FEE: $45 CEUs: The live webinar counts as 2 hours of APT approved play therapy training (APT Approved Provider 12-321). This webinar will be recorded and once recorded will be available for 2 hours of non-contact play therapy training AND 2 hours of NBCC approved continuing education.

 

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Bibliotherapy: The Magic of Bringing Books into the Play Room

December 14 11:00-1:00 EST

In this 2 hour webinar we will look at the best ways to utilize children’s literature in the play room to assist in helping children in their process of healing and growth. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the history and use of bibliotherapy and how it can be used in play therapy services.
  2. List 50 children’s books that have therapeutic value in helping children and will learn how to utilize these books in the play room.
  3. Describe how to guide parents in utilizing books at home to reinforce the established play therapy treatment plan.

FEE: $45 CEUs: The live webinar counts as 2 hours of APT approved play therapy training (APT Approved Provider 12-321). This webinar will be recorded and once recorded will be available for 2 hours of non-contact play therapy training AND 2 hours of NBCC approved continuing education.

 

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Purposeful Uses for Games in the Play Room

December 21 11:00-1:00 EST

In this 2 hour webinar we will examine the therapeutic power and purpose of using games in the play room to help children through their process of healing and growth. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. List the approaches to play therapy along with theoretical orientations reviewed with emphasis on the prescriptive play therapy approach specific to including games in the play room.
  2. Identify at least 5 clinically based reasons for utilizing games in the play room.
  3. List 20 games that can be purposefully utilized within play therapy tied in to specific treatment planning goals..

FEE: $45 CEUs: The live webinar counts as 2 hours of APT approved play therapy training (APT Approved Provider 12-321). This webinar will be recorded and once recorded will then be available for 2 hours of non-contact play therapy training AND 2 hours of NBCC approved continuing education.

 

Click below to register – space is limited!