Child and Play Therapy Series
Through a grant from Methodist Healthcare Ministries, The Ecumenical Center is able to bring in some of the top educators in the field of child and play therapy for one and two day workshops.
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10 week parenting course for parents with children under the age of 10 that teaches parents how to use some of the same skills that play therapists use to help children experiencing social, emotional or behavioral problems.
The Adlerian belief in the ability to make new choices and to reinterpret situations, provides a vehicle for play therapists to work with children to get out of their boxes, … Continued
Child Parent Relationship Training – also called Filial Therapy is a researched, 10-week parenting course for parents with children under the age of 10 that teaches parents how to use some of … Continued
You have worked hard during your 10-week CPRT training and are beginning to reap the rewards of “Special Play Time.” Maybe you’ve been able to maintain a weekly schedule, or … Continued
Despite the negative view that most of society has toward the teenage population, these children often have tremendous obstacles to overcome in their life and are in desperate need of … Continued
This workshop is intended to provide advanced play therapists a cursory understanding of Jungian Analytical Play Therapy with the intention to provide them with a relevant model and structure by … Continued
Gifted children often have intense emotions to match their strong abilities. This presentation will give counselors tools for guiding parents and teachers so that they in turn can help gifted children achieve to their potential and contribute to their community.
In this two-day presentation, participants will learn how Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) honors and highlights the innate resources of the child to heal and thus fosters resilience in children. An … Continued
This presentation will provide an overview of the multi-cultural aspects of counseling with the military population and discuss common issues in this group.