“Growth and Resilience After Tragedy” Join us in welcoming Judith Norman, MA, LPC, LSC, RPT-S on November 7th and 9th for the virtual workshop on Re-creating Sense of Safety – … Continued
Child and Play Therapy Speaker Series
PARENTING WITH LOVE AND LEADERSHIP sums it all up. A child’s two most fundamental emotional needs are unconditional love and unequivocal authority. Everything else is window dressing. The problem in … Continued
This program will provide a review and discussion of state and federal laws, rules and regulations and ethical guidelines that apply to licensed mental health professionals … Continued
This interactive and exploratory workshop will focus on a variety of seldom examined issues that emerge in play therapy relationships: play therapy as a process of living out beliefs about … Continued
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
In this workshop we will be able to conceptualize what the meaning of “neurobiologically-informed treatment”, and to describe the characteristics of complex and/or developmental trauma and identify the neurobiological changes associated with complex trauma.
We will also discuss the components of evidence based, relationally-focused, treatments and incorporate aspects of these treatments in practice, and better determine the course of treatment and develop treatment plans that address the issues arising from complex trauma.
All behavior has a function. When we look through the sensory processing lens, we find many children with special needs display neurological differences in brain structure and function. They range … 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