Traumatized children often experience neurobiological disturbances and a narrowed window of tolerance. In this workshop, attendees will integrate trauma-informed knowledge on approaching shame in the playroom and how it manifests through either hyper-or hypo- arousal states. Utilizing a GPT framework, attendees will learn how to identify and address shame with individuals and families by assessing for and developing vital resources for regulation.
- Discuss literature related to shame and trauma as they relate to childhood and childhood development
- Discuss foundational principles of GPT
- Describe the impact of shame on contact functions and the development of self from a GPT perspective
- Discuss the role of utilizing body-centered engagements in play therapy to increase awareness of the sensations and emotions related to shame
- Identify play-based ways to assess and cultivate self-supports
Cancellation requests must occur at least 14 days before the training event for a full refund. Cancellation requests with less than 14 days notice will not be honored. 100% attendance is required to earn CE credit.
|Early bird registration (ends 8/15)||$ 140.00|