Books & Board Games in Play Therapy & Counseling
3 Non-Contact APT Credit Hours approved by Ragan Snyder-Smith, LSCSW RPT-S APT Provider # 19-588 **No NBCC credits available **
Engage a client's imagination and creativity with literature and board games in the play room. This 3 hour webinar will explore the integration, history and theory of play therapy and bibliotherapy and ways of incorporating books and board games with client’s treatment goals and presenting problems. Several popular books and board games will be discussed with examples of modifications and therapeutic uses. Participants will walk away with several play therapy and bibliotherapy interventions they can utilize immediately in person and via tele-play.
1. Participants will identify 5 play therapy interventions incorporating bibliotherapy.
2. Participants will analyze how books can be used clinically to address topics like emotions, social skills and trauma in the playroom using case analysis, diagnostic criteria and experiential experience.
3. Participants will define common 5 uses for board games in play therapy including traditional board games, therapeutic board games and making your own board games.
4. While considering the clinical presentation of the client, participants will understand 3 modifications when utilizing bibliotherapy and board games in play therapy, including considerations for special populations and how to handle cheating.
Books & Board Games in Play Therapy and Counseling Powerpoint
Books & Board Games in Play Therapy & Counseling Video
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Course Evaluation (Required)