NON-DIRECTIVE PLAY THERAPY SKILLS
This presentation is for beginning play therapists. It focus on the importance of therapeutic rapport building and learning the essential non-directive play therapy skills of structuring, empathic listening, imaginary play, limit setting, and faith & respect.
1. Define Non-Directive Play Therapy.
2. Explain how CCPT differs from other play therapy models.
3. Explain how the therapeutic relationship impacts therapy.
4. Demonstrate the 5 essential non-directive play therapy skills skills (structuring, empathic listening, imaginary play, limit setting, and faith & respect).
falls under APT's primary instruction areas of "Play Therapy Skills or Methods"
TWO NON CONTACT APT INSTRUCTION HOURS
All trainings are taught by Laura Hutchison, PsyD, LP, RPT-S.
(APT Approved Provider 15-407).
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 email@example.com.