About This Training:
This is a non-contact online/home study training that focuses on implementing sandtray work with autistic children and adolescents.
You will need internet access to complete this training.
You will be asked to read through the PowerPoint (this is your training guide), you will also be asked to read articles/readings, watch video clips, and complete experiential activities.
It’s expected that you will complete all the exercises and not skip over any parts of this training. Many of the exercises are referenced on the post exam at the end of the training.
The Autplay Therapy Clinic – Robert Jason Gran Ed.D is solely responsible for the creation, content, and continuing education hours of each home study training. The AutPlay Therapy Clinic – Robert Jason Grant Ed.D utilizes Jen Taylor Play Therapy as a hosting site for home study and online trainings. Any technical issue such as not being able to login to a training should be directed to Jen Taylor Play Therapy [email protected]. All governance issues related to any training should be directed to The AutPlay Therapy Clinic – Robert Jason Grant Ed.D. If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected].
Using sandtrays with autistic children and adolescents can be a rewarding and challenging process. Professionals must understand the special considerations and various nuances when working with autistic children in the sandtray. This training explores how to use traditional sandtray therapy methodology, and unconventional methods to help autistic children develop skills in relation to connection and engagement, regulation and sensory processing, and social navigation. Special considerations will be covered, sand alternatives will be explored, and research and limitations will be presented. Participants will learn several interventions that can be implemented with autistic children and will engage in article reading, watching video clips, and completing experiential exercises.
1) Describe the basic definition and setup of sandtray therapy.
2) Define what typically works and does not work for autistic children when using sandtrays.
3) Identify the AutPlay® Therapy limit setting model when using sandtray work with autistic children.
4) Describe special considerations when attempting sandtray work with autistic children.
5) List at least two engagement and connection interventions using the sandtray.
6) List at least two social navigation interventions using the sandtray.
This training is approved for 6 CE Hrs for the below continuing education bodies. Upon completion of the training materials, training evaluation, and post exam (with a score of 80% or higher), the training certificate of completion will be issued to the participant.
- Robert Jason Grant Ed.D APT Approved Provider #12-318 for continuing education. If you are counting this training toward the 150 hours to become an RPT or RPT-S, the 6 hours can be calculated as any combination of 6 toward special topics, 6 toward applicants’ choice.
- Robert Jason Grant Ed.D Certified Training Partner for IBCCES (International Board for Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards) #CE159432.
- AutPlay Therapy Clinic has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6595. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. AutPlay Therapy Clinic is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Using Sandtrays with Children with ASD Powerpoint Presentation (Updated)
Sandtray Therapy Demonstration of a Teenager Video
Play Therapy Reachig the Child with Autism
Hand Burying and Brushing Tray Exercise
Calming Relaxing or Sand Grab Tray Exercise
Turn Taking Tray Exercise
Symbolic and Pretend Play in Sandtray Work (Updated)
Course Evaluation (Required)
About this course
- 11 lessons
- 0 hours of video content