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Prescriptive Play Therapy and Play Therapy Supervision (2 workshops)

April 4, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

$45 – $85

ATTENDEES WILL BE EMAILED PDF MATERIALS AND ZOOM MEETING INVITE PRIOR TO ONLINE TRAININGPRESENTER:

Corie Schoeneberg, PhD is a Licensed Professional Counselor (MO & VA), Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and a Board-Certified Counselor.  Dr. Schoeneberg specializes in play therapy and childhood mental health with an emphasis in trauma and attachment problems, and she has provided counseling services for children and their families in the public-school system, private practice, non-profit, and youth home settings.

Dr. Schoeneberg is the co-author of Preparing for trauma work in clinical mental health: A workbook to enhance self-awareness and promote safe, competent practice (in press), the author of several book chapters and journal articles on trauma, play therapy, and creative interventions, and she an international and keynote presenter.  She provides clinical and play therapy supervision, consultation services, and interdisciplinary trainings, and she is a Past President of the Missouri Association for Play Therapy and is currently the Chair for the national University Education Committee for the Association for Play Therapy.  Dr. Schoeneberg is adjunct faculty in the CACREP accredited counseling programs at the University of Central Missouri and Regent University, and she is the Program Director for the accredited Children’s Counseling Post-Graduate Certificate Program at the Ukrainian Institute for Education in Psychology and Counseling.

Morning Session:

Prescriptive Play Therapy: Determining Client Needs, Selecting an Approach, and Integrating Play Therapy Skills

Play therapists are faced with many clinical and treatment decisions in their work with clients.  Prescriptive play therapy integrates all aspects of the client’s case, including diagnostic considerations, developmental needs, and family dynamics, in order to generate an individualized play therapy treatment approach.  In this workshop, participants will learn: 1) principles of prescriptive play therapy; 2) the use and role of assessment in prescriptive play therapy; and 3) implications for trauma and the family system in prescriptive play therapy.  Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of a prescriptive decision-making approach for play therapy treatment and will be better equipped to tailor the play therapy experience to the needs of their clients.  The workshop will be composed of research-based content in lecture, opportunities for group discussion, and experiential practice through case examples.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Participants will be able to:

  1. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to describe prescriptive play therapy, including its clinical utility as well as limitations.
  2. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to identify at least 3 methods for assessment in play therapy that guide a prescriptive approach to treatment.
  3. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to identify at least 2 prescriptive play therapy treatment considerations for the client’s family system context.
  4. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to identify at least 2 prescriptive play therapy considerations for addressing trauma-related issues in treatment.

 

AGENDA:

ATTENDEES WILL BE EMAILED PDF MATERIALS AND ZOOM MEETING INVITE PRIOR TO ONLINE TRAINING.

Saturday April 4th (morning)
8:30am-9am Registration
9am-12:00pm Training

CEUs: 3 

COST:
Early Bird Member (purchased before March 17th: $55
Early Bird Non Member (purchased before March 17th): $65
Student: $45 *with transcript
Member: $70
Non Member: $85

Afternoon Session:

Play Therapy Supervision: Applying Models, Assessing Development, and Enriching Play Therapy Skills

Developing play therapists rely on their supervisors to facilitate their play therapy knowledge and skills, but this process hinges upon the effective supervision skills provided by the supervisor.  This 3-hour workshop is designed for beginning to intermediate level play therapy supervisors with the overall purpose of enhancing the participant’s supervisory skills specifically in the field of play therapy.  The workshop will be structured along four supervisory domains: 1) application of supervision models applied in play therapy; 2) professional considerations for supervisors regarding ethics and standards of practice; 3) recognition and practical integration of the play therapist supervisee’s needs based on his or her professional developmental stage; and 4) playful supervisory techniques and interventions that promote the supervisee’s growth in play therapy skills and understanding of the therapeutic relationship.  The workshop will be composed of research-based content in lecture, opportunities for group discussion, and experiential practice of the supervisory techniques discussed.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Participants will be able to:

  1. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to describe 2 effective supervisory models specific to play therapy.
  2. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to explain the professional, ethical, and legal considerations unique to play therapy supervisors.
  3. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to identify 3 professional characteristics and accompanying needs of a play therapy supervisee and will be able to link these needs with goals for supervision.
  4. At the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to demonstrate 3 playful supervisory techniques that can be applied in play therapy supervision.

AGENDA:

ATTENDEES WILL BE EMAILED TRAINING PDF MATERIALS AND ZOOM INVITE PRIOR TO THE ONLINE TRAINING

Saturday April 4th (afternoon)

1-1:30pm Registration
1:30-4:30pm Training

CEUs: 3 

COST:
Early Bird Member (purchased before March 17th): $55
Early Bird Non Member (purchased before March 17th): $65
Student: $45 *with transcript
Member: $70
Non Member: $85

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APT Provider Number: 08-223

Details

Date:
April 4, 2020
Time:
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$45 – $85

Organizer

Missouri Association for Play Therapy
Website:
www.moplaytherapy.com

Venue

University of Central Missouri MIC Center
1101 NW Innovation Parkway
Lee's Summit, MO 64086 United States
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