Application of Theory in Play Therapy (20 CE’s)

$99.00

This training is intended to help registrants critically analyze their own theory and practice of play therapy.

Description

Using the text Play Therapy Theory and Practice: Comparing Theories and Techniques * (2nd ed.) by Kevin O’Connor & Lisa Braverman (2009), registrants will briefly answer open-ended questions about each theory presented and then write a conceptualization of their own theory in practice. This training is intended to help registrants critically analyze their own theory and practice of play therapy. Full instructions are provided after purchase; for questions, please email contact@drreneeturner.com.

*Text is not included in the purchase price.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the key concepts of Psychodynamic play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Jungian play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Adlerian play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Gestalt play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Child-Centered play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Filial play therapy
  • Identify the key concepts of Theraplay
  • Describe the difference in the application of each the previously named theories based on the child’s developmental age and stage
  • Describe the aspects of clinical application for each of previously named theories which are congruent with one’s viewpoint of the therapeutic process
  • Describe the aspects of clinical application for each of previously named theories which are counter to one’s viewpoint of clinical change
  • Discuss one’s own play therapy theoretical orientation

APT-Approved credits: 20 CE’s