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In this one hour recorded workshop, you will learn how to look for red flags, how to listen for what the parent is and is not telling you and how to know when it’s best to refer the client to another therapist or agency. That initial phone call with a parent of a prospective child client is perhaps the most important point in determining appropriateness for play therapy services with you. Without this knowledge, many play therapists have found themselves stepping into a very messy situation where they are later pulled into court or faced with having to repeatedly address a difficult parent who interferes with your ability to provide the play therapy services you are there to provide.
After taking this training, participants will be able to achieve the following learning objectives:
1. Identify the 2 important purposes of the initial parent phone call
2. List the 4 screening points to qualify an appropriate client for play therapy services.
3. Describe ways to screen for potentially high risk scenarios for which play therapy services may not be appropriate
4. Recite a specific outline of rules and steps to utilize in order to achieve proper screening for appropriateness.
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