Play Therapy Supervision: 12 Things to Know for Supervision success (3 Hours)
This 3-hour recorded course with Dr. Robert Jason Grant addresses challenges in working with parents and caregivers in play therapy and it provides a training program that supervisors can share with their supervisees during supervision meetings.
Healing Wounded Hearts: Understanding Attachment Disruptions in Childhood (6 hrs)
In this 6 hour recorded course from Clair Mellenthin, learn about the challenges that attachment disruptions can cause in childhood, as well as how to create healing, hope, and felt security with their child and adolescent clients and families.
Play Therapy Across the Lifespan: Treating Children, Teens, and Adults (2 Hours)
In this 2-hour recorded course from Clair Mellenthin, participants will engage in a fun, experiential play therapy training to explore how you can apply play therapy techniques with any client, regardless of age or presenting symptom.
Diagnosing Grief in The Playroom (5 Hours)
in this 5 hour course, Ragan Snyder-Smith explores the treatment of grief-related play in the playroom. We will cover common diagnoses such as Bereavement-Related Disorder, PTSD, GAD, MDD, and Adjustment Disorder related to Bereavement.
The Neurodiversity Paradigm and The Play and Child Therapist (6 Hours)
This 6 hour course from Dr. Robert Jason Grant introduces the neurodiversity paradigm in application. Topics such as ableism, making, the double empathy problem, behavior, communication, play preferences, and social navigation will be explained.
Attachment Theory in FirstPlay Therapy (2.5 Hours)
In this 2.5 hour course with Dr. Janet Courtney, discover the underlying theories and models that support FirstPlay® Therapy and Somatic Storytelling A focus is on attachment theory and how it applies in FirstPlay techniques.