A Child’s Brain Development Through the Lens of Play Therapy

Approved for 2 APT Non-Contact Hours By Wonders Counseling (APT Approved Provider 12-321) & 2 NBCC Credit Hours By Jennifer Taylor | taught by Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S

Course description

This webinar will look at the child’s brain development and how a child’s behavior and expressions can be better understood and addressed with this understanding. This 2-hour webinar is a thorough introduction to understanding the field neuroscience in relation to treating children in play therapy.

 

Learning Objectives:

  1.  Describe 5 facts about the process of brain development in babies, toddlers and young children.
  2. List 3 easy play-based models for providing essential psycho-education to children, their parents and teachers related to behavior and emotions
  3. Compare use of CCPT and directive play therapy models for case conceptualization with regard to brain development of child clients
Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S
Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S
Guest Speaker

Lynn Louise Wonders is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, early childhood specialist and parenting coach.

She is the founder and director of Wonders Counseling Services, LLC, an APT-Approved Provider for play therapy continuing education offering clinical services, play therapy supervision and training as well as professional mentoring for therapists developing a career in play therapy.

Lynn is certified by Jack Canfield as a coach and trainer, offering seminars, small and large workshops and mastermind programs for therapists and other helping professionals online and in person world-wide.

Lynn leads a large community of play therapists from around the world on Facebook and has assisted well over 1,000 therapists in working toward RPT status and building thriving play therapy private practices.

Lynn has partnered with Jennifer Taylor Play Therapy Services for the delivery and management of this course.