PLAY THERAPY & THE FAMILY, PART ONE:
WORKING WITH & ASSESSING FAMILIES
This presentation discusses the importance of introducing play therapy to a family as a method of treatment for their child and family. It covers several ways to use play therapy to assess families, including families of divorce.
1. State an overview of the basic reasons why working with the family is important in play therapy.
2. Describe how to conduct an initial interview with parents, including explaining the play therapy process.
3. Identify ways to assess children and their families through a family play observation.
4. Describe ways to work with parents throughout the play therapy process.
TWO CONTACT HOURS
falls under APT's primary instruction areas of "Play Therapy Skills & Methods"
Continuing Education for Play Therapy
The Michigan Play Therapy Training Academy is approved by the Association for Play Therapy to sponsor continuing education specific to play therapy and maintains responsibility for the program. APT Approved Provider 15-407.
Full attendance is required. Continuing education verification is handed out to participants following the training. If you have questions regarding continuing education, learning objectives, agenda, grievance issues please contact Laura Hutchison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
All cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance. Participants will be given a credit towards a future training to be used within 2 years of the original training date (no cash refunds).
No shows or missed trainings will receive no refund or credit. You may send another attendee in your place.
No partial CE credit is available.
All trainings are subject to sufficient registration.
Should the Michigan Play Therapy Training Academy need to cancel a training we will make every attempt to notify paid registrants in a timely manner. All paid registrants will receive a full refund.
Michigan Play Therapy Training Academy only assumes liability for the registration portion of any training. All other costs are the responsibility of the registrant.