Play Therapy Interventions with Children of Divorce

October 12 11:00-1:00 EST

Sometimes children come to play therapy when parents are divorced or going through divorce with concern for the child’s ability to adjust to the changes. This 2 hour workshop will focus on play therapy interventions to support children through the complexities of emotional challenges that come with living with divorced or divorcing parents while remaining firmly in the role as therapist for the children. (Intermediate)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe how to establish and maintain the role of play therapist for the child client in divorce cases with specific structure to the course of play therapy from intake to termination.
  2. List 10 play therapy interventions specifically designed to support children whose parents are divorced or divorcing.
  3. Develop a strategy for teaching children and parents about a child’s rights when parents are divorced or divorcing through playful language implemented during the course of play therapy.

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.


Click HERE to register – space is limited!