Book Study: Hidden Treasures: A Map to the Child’s Inner Self (6 CE’s)

$60.00

This book study is ideal for individuals looking to increase knowledge of Gestalt play therapy and interventions.

Description

In this distance book study, registrants will read the book, Hidden Treasures: A Map to the Child’s Inner Self (2007)*, which is the follow-up to the popular Windows to Our Children (1978) by Violet Oaklander. This book study is ideal for individuals looking to identify key points of Gestalt theory, a seminal play therapy theory, and increase knowledge of Gestalt play therapy interventions. Registrants will complete a multiple-choice assessment upon completion of reading the book.

* Text is not included in the purchase price.

Learning Objectives:

    1. Identify major theoretical components of Gestalt play therapy including contact, introjections, and confluence
    2. Define the process-approach to play therapy and the theoretical importance of experiencing feelings.
    3. Describe the three-phase approach to working with anger and aggressive energy from a Gestalt play therapy perspective
    4. Name at least two specific methods for utilizing aggressive energy in Gestalt play therapy sessions
    5. Describe the importance of self-nurturance work in Gestalt play therapy
    6. Explain how to set up a Gestalt-based play therapy group

Credits: 6 CEU’s