Play Therapy for the Supervisor’s Soul

Play Therapy for the Supervisor’s Soul

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$125 – $175

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6811 Shawnee Mission Pkwy

6811 Shawnee Mission Parkway

Overland Park, KS 66202

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Supervision is a vital experience for therapists. It is integral to clinical development and can act as a compass for practitioners....

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Supervision is a vital experience for therapists. It is integral to clinical development and can act as a compass for practitioners throughout their career. This energizing workshop will explore the development of the supervisory relationship, the benefits of using play, and demonstrate how to integrate theory with clinical practice. Participants will gain several playful, creative, and reflective play-based techniques to use throughout the supervisory process. The use of developmental and attachment theory will be used as the basis for this training; integrating theory with experiential activities for Play Therapy supervision. Most of all, this training is intended to give Registered Play Therapist-Supervisors an opportunity to play and engage with other professionals as they enhance their reflective and expressive toolbox.

APT requires RPT-S Applicants complete 30 hours clinical supervisor instruction, six (6) of which must be play therapy specific and sponsored by an APT Approved Provider. Current RPT-S must earn six (6) hours of supervisor continuing education for two (2) CE cycles and three (3) hours each cycle thereafter.

Learning Objectives

After this workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Describe and identify the developmental stages of the supervisory relationship.

2. Explain the value of using play-based techniques throughout the supervisory relationship.

3. Cite specific skills needed to provide effective supervision throughout the stages of development.

4. Implement five expressive, projective, and creative Play Therapy strategies to use during supervision with individuals and groups.

5. Apply demonstrated/ experiential play therapy techniques to facilitate processing in supervision.

6. Develop a play-based intervention to utilize with a current supervisee or consultation.

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