In this workshop, you will learn how to use play therapy theory to understand and conceptualize entire family systems and interaction patterns.
When experiencing dysregulation, many children react in physical ways - through physical aggression, destruction, running away, pacing, etc.
In this workshop, participants will learn about the “window of tolerance” and how this relates to an individual’s ability to function effectively within the context of play therapy.
In this workshop, you will spend time learning the history of sand tray play therapy and the powerful impact is has in the treatment process.
In this workshop, participants will spend time learning about the impact that high conflict family dynamics have on children and families served, and how play therapy can be used to address these needs.
Presenter: Andrew Beer, Ph.D., LMFT, RPT CEs: 4 Break: 11 a.m. Location: Lower Level Training RoomResistance in families comes in many shapes and sizes. No matter how it is presented,...