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TEST001 - A HANDBOOK OF PLAY THERAPY WITH AGGRESSIVE CHILDREN 
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8.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • List at least three specific anger modulation strategies.
  • Describe three specific ways to counter devaluation.
  • List three specific strategies to address the hidden losses suffered by many aggressive and violent children.
  • Explain clinical considerations regarding contained trauma re-enactments.
  • Discuss common countertransference feelings aroused in work with aggressive children.
  • List the two tracks of the Play Therapy Decision Grid.
  • Use techniques to access the inner world of the child.
  • Describe at least 5 specific strategies to work through termination issues.
 

 
TEST002 - A MANUAL OF DYNAMIC PLAY THERAPY: HELPING THINGS FALL APART, THE PARADOX OF PLAY 
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4.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the paradox of play.
  • Describe various play materials that support the therapeutic healing of aggression in play.
  • Critique dynamic play therapy and how the falling apart of the play can lead to profound healing in a child.
  • Discuss the importance of symbols in play.
 

 
TEST003 - ADVANCED PLAY THERAPY: ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS FOR CHILD PRACTICE 
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8.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Recite when, why and how to set limits for children in a play room.
  • Describe key characteristics of effective play therapists.
  • Explain the historical and religious influences upon the nature and development of play.
  • Discuss the various stages of child development from the perspectives of leaders in the field.
  • Compare play therapy practice in schools to play therapy in community settings.
  • Describe the five properties of play.
  • Identify common themes in play therapy.
 

 
TEST004 - APPLICATIONS OF FAMILY AND GROUP THERAPLAY 
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8.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Present an overview of the main tenants of Theraplay.
  • Explain applications of Theraplay to a wide variety of populations including those coming from cross cultural contexts.
  • Describe case studies illustrating the beginning, middle and end sessions of Theraplay.
  • Discuss modifications of Theraplay integrating other treatment modalities.
  • Illustrate family and group Theraplay formats as a way of enhancing parent/child attachments.
  • Describe the sequential nature of brain development.
  • Compare traditional play therapies with Theraplay.
 

 
TEST005 - CHILD-CENTERED PLAY THERAPY 
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6.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the background and relevance of CCPT.
  • Discuss CCPT Techniques and playroom logistics.
  • Describe how to appropriately involve parents and school personnel.
  • Recite the appropriate ways to handle and document touch in CCPT.
  • Discuss studies which show empirical support for CCPT and FT.
 

 
TEST006 - CHILD-CENTERED PLAY THERAPY: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DEVELOPING THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN 
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10.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify Axline's eight CCPT principles
  • List the 3 steps in setting therapeutic limits.
  • Discuss the four types of questions children may ask in play therapy sessions and whether or not and how to respond to them.
  • Identify the criteria for selecting toys to include in the playroom.
  • Identify the criteria for selecting toys to include in the playroom.
  • Discuss the importance of the therapeutic relationships with children
  • Identify the ""ideal therapist qualities"" for a therapist using CCPT
 

 
TEST007 - COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PLAY THERAPY 
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7.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Recite how CBPT can be used with preschool and early school age children.
  • Describe the developmental issues inherent in integrating CBT and play therapy.
  • Discuss how cognitive and behavioral interventions can be integrated into play therapy.
  • List the similarities and differences between CBPT and more traditional play therapies.
  • Explain the importance of generalization, relapse prevention and planned termination in CBPT.
 

 
TEST008 - COUNSELING CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS THROUGH GRIEF AND LOSS 
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6.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the multiple and varied losses experienced by children and adolescents.
  • Identify cognitive, emotional and behavioral responses to loss in children and adolescents.
  • Explain the secondary and intangible losses experienced by children and adolescents.
  • Select healing interventions that are well suited to the developmental and cultural status of children and adolescents who are grieving or have experienced loss.
  • Deconstruct primary losses so that secondary and intangible losses can be addressed in counseling.
 

 
TEST009 - CULTURAL ISSUES IN PLAY THERAPY 
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5.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • List the necessary steps to go from building sensitivity to developing competence in working across cultures.
  • Discuss the universality, as well as diversity, of play across cultures.
  • Describe the relationship between culture and children's artistic expression and the impact of culture on art therapy with children.
  • Explain the unique frame of play therapy associated with major cultural groups.
  • Describe the importance of understanding cultural issues of privacy, trust, and beliefs when treating families from various cultures.
 

 
TEST010 - DIRECTIVE GROUP PLAY THERAPY: 60 STRUCTURED GAMES FOR THE TREATMENT OF ADHD, LOW SELF-ESTEEM, AND TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN 
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2.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Use fast-paced, structured games designed/selected for the treatment of characteristics of children with ADHD.
  • Conduct directive games which empower players, improve self-esteem, and confidence.
  • Discuss positive reinforcement methods effective with children with short-attention span.
  • Describe how games can be structured to children's needs to learn social skills and values.
  • Explain a four-step process to properly terminate a therapeutic group.
 

 
TEST011 - EMPIRICALLY BASED PLAY INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN, FIRST EDITION 
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8.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the current outcome research on empirically-based play interventions.
  • Recite the vital treatment components for empirically based play prevention programs as well as learn key treatment ingredients in play interventions for developmental disorders.
  • Identify a variety of directive and non-directive therapeutic play techniques to address the needs of children diagnosed with internalizing disorders.
  • Describe structured, time-limited skills-based play approaches for addressing the needs of children diagnosed with externalizing disorders.
  • Discuss new frameworks for designing play interventions and outcome assessment approaches in order to be the architects of the "second generation" of play intervention programs.
  • List the principles upon which Developmentally Appropriate Games are based.
  • Discuss the most commone recommended therapeutic techniques for children who experience traumatic grief.
 

 
TEST012 - EVOCATIVE STRATEGIES IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY 
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7.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify child-friendly techniques to engage hard-to-reach oppositional, defiant, and aggressive children.
  • Discuss evocative strategies for making meaningful, heart to heart connections with distant and disconnected children.
  • Identify the unique advantages as well as risks of evocative strategies.
  • List at least 20 different categories of evocative strategies.
  • Use specific evocative strategies to deal with common therapy themes arising in children and adolescents.
  • Describe criteria for when evocative strategies are indicated and when they are contraindicated.
  • Identify key themes in child and adolescent psychotherapy and evocative strategies to address these themes.
  • Write the value of these techniques in engaging children who are reluctant participants in therapy.
 

 
TEST013 - FOUNDATIONS OF PLAY THERAPY, SECOND EDITION 
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10.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Increase awareness of historical antecedents of play therapy.
  • Develop an understanding of the therapeutic powers inherent to play therapy.
  • Gain insight into ethical fitness and decision making.
  • List principles of theories and models of play therapy.
  • Compare play, play therapy and therapeutic play.
  • Explain the major theories of play therapy and their basic concepts.
  • Describe the core techniques used to implement play therapy.
 

 
TEST014 - HIDDEN TREASURE: A MAP TO THE CHILD''S INNER SELF 
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6.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss how the natural development stages of children may lead to the need for therapeutic intervention.
  • Describe the therapeutic process with children and adolescents from a Gestalt Therapy perspective.
  • Explain how expressive and projective techniques help children express deeper feelings.
  • Identify how the expression of these feelings can led to a stronger sense of self.
  • Identify some specific issues relating to work with children such as anger, loss and grief, and attention deficit disorder.
 

 
TEST016 - IF YOU TURNED INTO A MONSTER - TRANSFORMATION THROUGH PLAY: A BODY-CENTRED APPROACH TO PLAY THERAPY 
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4.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the meaning of symbol as it relates to the play therapy process.
  • Identify and describe the four roles of therapist in dynamic play therapy.
  • Describe what is meant by the term filter referencing the quotation by Dr. Alexander Lowen.
  • Explain what children's monster drawings express about the individual child and all children.
  • Describe three examples of ways of playing with the concept of Monster by citing methods in the book or inventing your own.
 

 
TEST017 - INTEGRATIVE PLAY THERAPY 
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9.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the theoretical foundations and benefits of integrative play therapy practices.
  • Describe how the therapeutic powers of play are flexible and adaptive.
  • Discuss how they can integrate play therapy into their practice.
  • Explain how to blend play therapy, art, and sandtray therapy as well as theraplay with evidence-based practices.
  • Understand the importance of the Integrative Movement in the field of psychotherapy.
  • Describe the historical background of integrative psychotherapy.
  • Understand the current applications of integrative play therapy to a wide range of childhood disorders.
 

 
TEST019 - PET ASSISTED PLAY THERAPY 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze the synergetic relationship between Animal Assisted Therapy and Play Therapy.
  • Identify the benefits of including PAPT in their mental health practice.
  • Discuss the application of theoretical underpinnings to a PAPT modality.
  • Write a treatment plan for PAPT application.
  • Describe the roles of a therapy dog in PAPT.
 

 
TEST020 - PLAY DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT, SECOND EDITION 
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19.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate both the importance of play to childhood development and the utility of play as a diagnostic tool.
  • Describe the differences between different types and stages of play.
  • Identify and describe play and parent-child interaction assessment measures that can be used with infants, children, and families.
  • Discuss factors to consider in using play and parent-child interaction assessment instruments.
  • Describe developmental aspects of family and parent-child/infant interactions.
  • Describe how play assessment and qualitative and quantitative peer interactions can be used as a component of the diagnostic process.
  • Name and critique (at least) two instruments for assessing peer interaction or social or non-social play.
 

 
TEST021 - PLAY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: EVIDENCE BASED APPROACHES 
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8.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze research results on the relationship between play and various aspects of child development.
  • Describe constructs that play-based assessment instruments measure.
  • Explain play-related characteristics of various evidence-based interventions with children.
  • List patterns of results in research on various evidence-based interventions with children.
  • Discuss and describe "Standardized Testing".
  • Explain PCIT.
 

 
TEST022 - PLAY IN FAMILY THERAPY 
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6.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the historical perspective of family therapy and play therapy.
  • Discuss the rationale for integrating family and play therapy.
  • Describe Family Puppet Interviews and The Mutual Story-Telling Technique.
  • Identify the benefits of expressive arts.
  • Describe 3 family art therapy techniques.
  • List 4 play techniques to use with children and families.
 

 
TEST023 - PLAY THERAPY DIMENSIONS MODEL: A DECISION-MAKING GUIDE FOR THERAPISTS 
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4.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the two primary dimensions conceptualized in model, along with the four quadrants that relate to therapeutic decision making.
  • Identify the commonalities and differences in existing models and approaches to play therapy and map them on the model.
  • Identify the advantages of an integrative approach to play therapy that is based on the child's needs and development, as identified through specific child moderating factors.
  • Describe ways a therapist might immerse him/herself in the play process, and identify the potential impact and outcome of each type of immersion.
  • Identify three stages of therapist development, according to the developmental model of supervision and discuss two primary bridging activities a supervisor may use to facilitate growth in each phase.
 

 
TEST024 - PLAY THERAPY FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN 
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Total Credits:
11.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the major models of play interventions for infants and toddlers.
  • Describe a wide variety of therapeutic play strategies for very young children.
  • Understand the importance of early intervention for young children exhibiting behavior problems.
  • Articulate the ways parents can become involved in play interventions.
  • Cite evidence for the effectiveness of play therapies for very young children.
  • Learn effective play-based prevention programs for very young children.
  • Understand the role of play in fostering secure attachments in very young children.
  • Become familiar with the challenges of early intervention through illustrative case studies.
 

 
TEST025 - PLAY THERAPY INTERVENTIONS WITH CHILDREN'S PROBLEMS: CASE STUDIES WITH DSM-IV-TR DIAGNOSES, SECOND EDITION 
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7.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how specific play therapy approaches are used to help children cope with and overcome a broad range of problems that children experience.
  • List current statistical data on the effectiveness of certain play therapy approaches.
  • Identify DSM-IV-TR diagnoses that are associated with presenting problems commonly encountered by play therapists.
 

 
TEST027 - PLAY THERAPY THEORY AND PRACTICE: A COMPARATIVE PRESENTATION 
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11.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast the development of disorders among a wide range of theoretical approaches including, child centered, psychoanalytic and cognitive-behavioral play therapy theories.
  • Describe play therapy interventions that correspond to 3 different theoretical orientations.
  • Compare and contrast the role of the play therapist across theoretical approaches.
 

 
TEST028 - PLAY THERAPY WITH ADOLESCENTS 
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7.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the unique characteristics and needs of adolescents in treatment and identify play therapy techniques to effectively meet those needs.
  • Explain the rationale for and advantages of using play therapy with adolescent clients, and will learn some of the special considerations for the use of this modality when working with this population.
  • Identify strategies for utilizing play therapy to establish trust and build therapeutic relationships with adolescent clients.
  • Describe strategies for adapting play therapy approaches typically utilized with younger children such as Theraplay and Filial Therapy, to provide a developmentally appropriate approach to therapy with adolescents.
  • Identify play therapy approaches and playful therapeutic techniques that have been found to be useful for working with adolescents. This includes review of historical and theoretical foundations as well as practical applications.
  • Describe the use of play therapy and some specific approaches with adolescents in specific populations, such as those in foster care or those diagnosed with eating disorders.
  • Identify the unique benefits of both directive and non-directive play therapy approaches with adolescents and describe specific adolescent populations or issues that might warrant one approach over another.
 

 
TEST029 - PLAY THERAPY WITH ADULTS 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and describe various play therapy modalities that can be used with adults.
  • List reasons why various play therapy methods would be used with adults in conjunction with or as an alternative to traditional talk therapy.
  • Describe the training requirements needed to practice at least 2 modalities of play therapy.
  • Understand the healing potential of adults at play.
  • Integrate humor into adult psychotherapy.
  • Apply play interventions with the elderly.
  • Utilize sandplay therapy with adults.
 

 
TEST030 - PLAY THERAPY WITH TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN: A PRESCRIPTIVE APPROACH 
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9.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify five of the treatment goals described in the FSPT model.
  • Describe the therapeutic function of experiential master play and give examples of how children use the toys to achieve mastery.
  • Identify five interventions that aid in assessing and augmenting a child's coping repertoire.
  • Explain how the playroom allows for gradual exposure to the traumatic content.
  • Articulate five strategies for helping children soothe their physiology.
  • Describe the importance of termination and list several activities that aid the therapist in making ameaningful goodbye with the client.
  • Describe the symptoms that may be manifested by a child who has experienced a trauma.
 

 
TEST031 - PLAY THERAPY: THE ART OF THE RELATIONSHIP, SECOND EDITION 
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11.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the meaning of play and the history of Play Therapy.
  • Identify techniques for creating therapeutic relationships with children.
  • Describe the process of facilitating the child-centered play therapy.
  • List the basic guidelines and rationale for therapeutic limit setting.
  • Compare the difference between the play of adjusted and maladjusted children.
  • Explain the difference between individual play therapy and sibling group play therapy.
  • Describe structured Play Therapy.
 

 
TEST032 - PLAY THERAPY: AN INTRODUCTION 
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8.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the multiple interpretations of the definition of play therapy.
  • Have an overview of the history of the development of play therapy.
  • Identify the importance of having a professional identity.
  • Analyze the importance and purpose of a theory of play therapy.
  • Have an overview of the professional intake, disclosure and documentation necessary in conducting play therapy.
  • Compare and contrast the elements of play therapy.
  • Describe informal and formal assessment, research supported interventions, and cultural influences on successful play therapy interventions.
  • Identify thee basic legal and ethical issues surrounding the treatment and care of children in play therapy.
 

 
TEST033 - PLAY THERAPY: BASICS AND BEYOND 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe significant developments in the history of play therapy.
  • Describe the major theoretical approaches to play therapy.
  • List at least 4 factors to consider when creating an effective space for therapeutic play.
  • Describe the basic skills in play therapy which are consistent across theoretical approaches.
  • Identify at least 4 advanced skills in play therapy.
  • Discuss the importance of being culturally sensitive and aware.
  • Decribe role play in play therapy.
 

 
TEST034 - PLAY THERAPY: THE ART OF THE RELATIONSHIP, THIRD EDITION 
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11.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate the theoretical orientation of child-centered play therapy and state the purpose and rationale for its use with children in treatment.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the principles of child engagement, interaction, and termination in the playroom including facilitative responses and limit setting.
  • Describe the meaning of play and the history of Play Therapy.
  • Articulate key elements of the ethical and legal issues involved in child treatment.
  • Discuss the rationale for limit setting in the playroom.
  • Identify the three central constructs of child-centered theory of personality structure.
  • List the three (3) Broad categories of toys.
 

 
TEST035 - Play-based Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders 
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10.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the difference between neurotypical and neuro-atypical play, both developmentally and from a neurobiological perspective.
  • Describe various models of play therapy as applied to clients with autism spectrum disorders, including but not limited to Client Centered, Canine Assisted, Filial and Jungian.
  • Describe the characteristics and symptoms of autism spectrum disorders, particularly as they are manifest in play and play therapy.
  • Identify the differences and similarities of the various autism diagnoses along the spectrum and how these can be addressed through the use of play therapy.
  • Identify specific play therapy based strategies and interventions for working effectively with children and teens with ASD and their families.
  • Identify appropriate treatment goals for children and teens with ASD and how these goals can be supported and accomplished via play therapy.
  • Describe the efficacy of combining play therapy and expressive arts therapies, i.e. art, music, dance- movement and drama in working with ASD children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders.
  • Explain the value and significance of large scale play therapy and play-based programs in treating autism spectrum disorders including the P.L.A.Y. Project and D.I.R. Floortime.
 

 
TEST036 - PRETEND PLAY IN CHILDHOOD: FOUNDATION OF ADULT CREATIVITY 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify stage theories relative to pretend play and the development of adult creativity.
  • Discuss theoretical models relative to pretend play and the development of adult creativity.
  • Explain the foundations and application of the Affect in Play Scale.
  • Analyze research supporting the cognitive and affective underpinnings of pretend play.
  • Identify the importance of pretend play in the development of adult creativity.
 

 
TEST037 - PROFILES OF PLAY: ASSESSING AND OBSERVING STRUCTURE AND PROCESS IN PLAY THERAPY 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the importance of children's play activity and its role in child treatment.
  • Describe terms defining the components of play activity.
  • Explain a working model of play activity giving therapists a way to organize their observations and thinking about the components contributing to a child's play activity.
  • Select play components that can be applied to understanding specific clinical cases.
  • Describe Conflictual strategies in play activity.
 

 
TEST038 - SANDPLAY: THERAPY WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify basic differences between sandtray and Jungian based sandplay therapy.
  • List the major milestones in the development of sandtray therapy.
  • Describe appropriate uses of sandplay therapy with children.
  • Describe appropriate uses of sandplay therapy with families.
  • Explain the differences in the major theoretical models that influence sandtray therapy with children and families.
 

 
TEST039 - SCHOOL-BASED PLAY THERAPY, SECOND EDITION 
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13.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze the barriers of play therapy in school systems.
  • Discuss how to address barriers proactively in school systems.
  • Explain the process of assessing children in school systems with play-based tools.
  • Describe how prevention projects are effective.
  • Apply the application of play therapy to specific populations.
  • Critique the inclusion of parents in play therapy.
  • Discuss consideration of parental rights when using play therapy in the school setting.
 

 
TEST040 - SUPERVISION CAN BE PLAYFUL: TECHNIQUES FOR CHILD AND PLAY THERAPIST SUPERVISORS 
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8.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss specific models of supervision that can be used with play therapist and child therapists.
  • Assess the distinct culture of childhood.
  • Supervise counselors who are working with children with special needs.
  • Explain the unique dynamics of the supervisor/supervisee relationship.
  • Utilize 3 new and creative ways of supervising play therapists and child therapists.
  • Integrate playful approaches to supervising counselors who work with children.
  • Recognize transference and counter transference in supervision.
  • Use supervision strategies that addresses the unique challenges of play and child therapists.
 

 
TEST041 - TECHNIQUES - TECHNIQUES - TECHNIQUES: PLAY BASED ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND FAMILIES 
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3.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Define play therapy from a prescriptive approach.
  • Describe how to incorporate play-based activities into treatment with children, adolescents, and families.
  • Utilize specific play-based activities for assessment and engagement.
  • Demonstrate play-based activities for different clinical areas to utilize during the middle or working stage of treatment.
  • Use play-based activities for the termination stage of treatment.
 

 
TEST042 - THE HANDBOOK OF GESTALT PLAY THERAPY: PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR CHILD THERAPISTS 
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6.00 CE  
 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the theoretical basis of gestalt play therapy.
  • Analyze the gestalt play therapy process, in order to apply this during play therapy to children.
  • Demonstrate how to obtain knowledge and skills and different play techniques that can be implemented during the phases of gestalt play therapy.
  • Demonstrate how to obtain knowledge and skills on how to apply gestalt play therapy with children who are experiencing loss and trauma.
  • How are projective techniques used during gestalt play therapy.
 

 
TEST043 - THE HANDBOOK OF GROUP PLAY THERAPY: HOW TO DO IT, HOW IT WORKS, WHOM IT'S BEST FOR 
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10.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the benefits and rationale for group play therapy with children.
  • Analyze critical factors to consider when creating a play therapy group.
  • Predict whom group play therapy is best for.
  • Describe familiar with the historical context/beginnings of group play therapy.
  • List major theoretical approaches to group play therapy.
  • Use a variety of group play therapy techniques.
  • Plan group play therapy techniques with purpose and intention.
  • Discuss group play therapy process and practice with special populations.
 

 
TEST044 - THE THERAPEUTIC POWERS OF PLAY: 20 CORE AGENTS OF CHANGE, SECOND EDITION 
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9.00 CE  
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe basic tenants of play therapy.
  • Identify 20 ways of how play therapy works.
  • Explain theoretical backgrounds and empirical studies that support 20 agents of change.
  • Apply 20 agents of change to clinical vignettes.
  • Describe specific strategies and techniques for each change agent.
 

 
TEST045 - THERAPEUTIC ENGAGEMENT OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: PLAY, SYMBOL, DRAWING, AND STORYTELLING STRATEGIES 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Compile child-friendly techniques to engage hard-to-reach children and adolescents.
  • Create play therapy strategies for making meaningful connections with distant and disconnected children.
  • Apply a range of therapeutic strategies to reach children and adolescents who are not verbally expressive, including play, symbol, drawing and storytelling strategies.
  • Describe specific strategies to address specific therapeutic goals.
  • Explain key themes in child and adolescent play therapy and strategies to address these themes.
 

 
TEST046 - UNDERSTANDING AND TREATING THE AGGRESSION OF CHILDREN: FAWNS IN GORILLA SUITS 
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  • List specific developmental failures and invisible emotional wounds in aggressive children.
  • Analyze various forms of grief reactions both acknowledged and unacknowledged.
  • Describe key neurobiological influences on aggressive behavior.
  • Discuss the difference between mature and non-mature defenses and ways to develop them.
  • Write a range of empirically supported treatment programs for aggressive and violent children.
  • Describe how events experienced before the development of language, remain active influences throughout our lives.
 

 
TEST047 - USING SUPERHEROES IN COUNSELING AND PLAY THERAPY 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the relationship between fantasy, fantasy play and metaphor and their role in play therapy.
  • Explain the relationship between the superhero myth and the classical hero.
  • Discuss the foundation for the use of superheroes in play therapy.
  • Identify the play therapy-based elements of the superhero myth.
  • List at least 3 ways that superheroes can be used for problem exploration and treatment in play therapy.
  • Explain the use of superheroes for play-based treatment with unique clinical populations.
  • Recognize the limitations of using superheroes in play therapy.
 

 
TEST048 - WINDOWS TO OUR CHILDREN: A GESTALT THERAPY APPROACH TO CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the unique aspects of therapeutic work with children using a Gestalt framework.
  • Demonstrate the basic foundations that are necessary in the therapeutic work with children.
  • Apply and distinguish at least four projective techniques suited to child/adolescent clients.
  • Utilize the projective work using drawing, clay, sandplay puppets and enactment in the therapeutic process.
  • Critique and delineate concepts and approaches pertaining to specific problem behaviors.
  • Describe Immaginative Play.
  • Explain how Role Playing is used in Gestalt Play Therapy.
 

 
TEST049 - WRITTEN PATHS TO HEALING: EDUCATION AND JUNGIAN CHILD COUNSELING 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Utilize psychological concepts that create an environment and structure for therapeutic writing and healing to occur.
  • Describe how to create a safe and protected space for working with writing activities in order to resolve conflicting thoughts, feelings, and actions.
  • Explain how writing activities help maintain a balance between inner material and outer worlds.
  • Discuss how writing activities encourage personal growth and enrich interior development.
  • Develop a repertoire of written activities that can be adapted to both individual and group formats.
  • Identify the psychological relationship between written and drawn content.
 

 
TEST050 - GROUP FILIAL THERAPY: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO TEACHING PARENTS TO PLAY THERAPEUTICALLY WITH THEIR CHILDREN 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the four main skills parents will be taught through the Group Filial Therapy model
  • Identify at least three issues that may occur within group or play sessions and how to facilitate these sessions most effectively.
  • Identify at least three of the roles parents can utilize in play sessions.
  • Identify the four stages of training and practice in the Group Filial Therapy model.
  • Identify at least two considerations in modifying the Group Filial Therapy Model.
 

 
TEST051 - THE INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF PLAY: BRAIN-BUILDING INTERVENTIONS FOR EMOTINALWELL-BEING 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Develop a basic understanding of how interpersonal neurobiology informs play therapy practice.
  • Explain play and play therapy through neurobiological terms.
  • Understand how interpersonal neurobiology connects theory to practice.
  • Be able to articulate, through a neurobiological lens that benefits of play and play therapy, to caregivers.
 

 
TEST052 - PLAY THERAPY WITH VULNERABLE POPULATIONS: NO CHILD FORGOTTEN 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the integration of play therapy practices with vulnerable populations.
  • List interventions appropriate for traumatized populations.
  • Discuss evidenced based practices for developmental and social issues.
  • Explain how play therapy may be used in conjunction with evidenced based practices.
  • Explain how play therapy may be used with young children who experienced trauma.
 

 
TEST053 - PLAY THERAPY INTERVENTIONS TO ENHANCE RESILIENCE 
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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe at least six guideposts for nurturing a resilient mindset
  • Identify the eight therapeutic mechanisms of Rutter (1999) in their application to Play Therapy (Seymour, 2014) and note their relationship to resilience-based therapy.
  • Define resilience-based treatment elements that are particularly important when providing therapy to persons who have experienced significant life trauma as an individual and/or in the context of surviving mass trauma.
  • Describe at least three special factors that impact the provision of resilience- based therapy in a school setting.
  • Share at least one person’s experience of resilience-based Play Therapy (i.e., one of the case presentations in the book) and share how this inspired them in their own clinical work.
 

 
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