Birds fly, fish swim, play therapists document (Part 3): Ethical Documentation


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Arguably, the most challenging part of play therapy practice is documenting sessions in a
manner that balances the child’s confidentiality with managed care and the needs of other
stakeholders (caregivers, school, the legal system)—while remaining theoretically congruent.
Capturing vital content without over-documenting the therapeutic process can be challenging yet
much easier when viewed through the lens of the treatment plan.

In the final part of this three-part, recorded training series, attendees will identify clear and
unbiased documentation language, identify common play therapy documentation forms, and
practice two documentation styles (one play-based, one non-play based). Attendees will also
identify general considerations for testifying with play therapy documentation.

Credit: 3 Indirect Contact APT & Texas LCSW CE's