APT credits available for this course are: 1 hour specials topic | 1 hour skills and methods
Children who have separation anxiety disorder experience severe disruption in ability to have a normal and happy functioning life. Play therapy can be a source of healing, learning and growing into an ability to have healthy separation from parents or other primary caregivers. This webinar will provide an overview of the nature of separation anxiety and how to address it in play therapy.
- Describe the diagnostic criteria and clinical description of separation anxiety and separation anxiety disorder in children.
- List 10 play therapy interventions for addressing the symptoms and underlying issues related to separation anxiety
- Name 10 strategies for supporting parents as important agents of change and growth in the play therapy process