(Book Study) Play Therapy Supervision (6 non-contact CEs)
Firmly rooted in empirical research and practical examples, this book study is useful for novice and experienced supervisors. The chapters describe best practices in play therapy supervision with an emphasis on cultural humility.
(Book Study) Doing Play Therapy (9 non-contact CEs)
This fun and easy-to-read book study help students and practitioners identify the foundational aspects of play therapy. This book study is especially useful for beginning play therapy students and practitioners/
(Book Study) Cultural Issues in Play Therapy (6 non-contact CEs)
This updated edition explores cultural identities and the margination of children and families, influencing the therapeutic process. Credit earned through this book study fulfills the requirement for cultural and social diversity set forth by APT.
(Book Study) Application of Play Therapy Theory (20 non-contact CEs)
New to play therapy? This course is ideal for helping new play therapists (Phase One of APT's credentialing program) critically analyze seminal theories and identify a primary theoretical orientation.
(Book Study) Application of Play Therapy Supervision (6 non-contact CEs)
This training helps play therapists integrate their personal play therapy supervision model and practice.
(Book Study) Hidden Treasure: A Map to the Child’s Inner Self (6 non-contact CEs)
In this seminal text, Violet Oaklander provides a comprehensive look at Gestalt Play Therapy theory in action. This book study is ideal for individuals looking to increase knowledge of Gestalt Play Therapy and interventions.