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The 23rd SC Association for Play Therapy Annual Conference

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Presented By: Sueann Kenney-Noziska, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S

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Day 1: Integrative Play Therapy for the Treatment of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Trauma

Day 2: Integrative Play Therapy for Sexually Traumatized Children and Adolescents

Friday, September 10, 2021

INEGRATIVE PLAY THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD ABUSE AND TRUAMA

Saturday, September 11, 2021

INTEGRATIVE PLAY THERAPY FOR SEXUALLY TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

12 CLOCK HOURS (CONTACT)

#99-061

Who should attend? Professional Counselors, Psychologist, Social Workers School Counselors, Play Therapist and Graduate Students

Instructional Methods: lecture, experiential activities, group discussion, and case examples

Featuring Sueann Kenney-Noziska, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S

Presenter: Sueann Kenney-Noziska, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist Supervisor who specializes in using play therapy in clinical practice with abused and traumatized children, adolescents and their families. As part of her clinical work, she provides outpatient psychotherapy to those impacted by childhood sexual abuse, emotional and physical maltreatment and other traumatic events. Sueann is internationally recognized in the field and is an author, guest lecturer and clinician who has trained thousands of professionals.

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Friday, September 10, 2021 - Day One

INTEGRATIVE PLAY THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD ABUSE AND TRAUMA

8:30- 8:45 Registration, CE Sign In and Coffee

8:45- 9:00 Announcements

9:00-10:30 Trauma and trauma treatment in play therapy

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-12:15 Integrative play therapy and case example

12:15- 1:15 Lunch Provided Onsite- SCAPT Business Meeting and Network-and Award-All Welcome

1:15- 2:45 Expressive play therapy interventions

2:45-3:00 Break

3:00- 4:30 Trauma-focused play therapy based interventions

4:30-5:00- Questions, Closing, Evaluation and Check Out

Day One Overview: This workshop will emphasize using play therapy with victims of sexual abuse and trauma. Frameworks for conceptualizing the impact of sexual abuse, treatment components from evidence-based practice models, and play therapy will be integrated to create abuse-informed interventions that are developmentally appropriate and clinically sound. Attendees will receive a variety of directive play therapy interventions which address core components of sexual abuse treatment including psychoeducation, emotional expression, cognitive coping, and trauma narration. Lecture, experiential activities, group discussion, and case examples will provide participants with a comprehensive learning experience.

Learning Objectives: After participating in the workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Define integrative play therapy

2. Describe at least three findings from the adverse childhood experiences study

3. Describe at least two ways that trauma impacts the brain

4. Discuss 1-2 ways play therapy and other expressive interventions are consistent with findings in the neurosciences

5. Describe at least two ways that posttraumatic play can be used in clinical practice with abused and traumatized children and adolescents in the play therapy setting

6. Identify a minimum of five play-therapy based interventions to use as part of treatment for abuse and trauma.

Saturday, September 11, 2021 –Day Two

INTEGRATIVE PLAY THERAPY FOR SEXUALLY TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

8:30 -8:45 Saturday Registration, CE Sign In and Coffee

8:45 -9:00 Coffee/questions

9:00 -10:30 Childhood sexual abuse

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-12:15 Posttraumatic play therapy

12:15 -1:30 Lunch Provided Onsite--Play Therapy Poster Session/ Networking (Optional)

1:30- 3:00 Integrative play therapy case example

3:00-3:15 Break

3:15-4:45 Cultural and special considerations in play therapy

4:45-5:00 Questions, Closing, Evaluation, Check Out and Certificates will be emailed

Day Two Overview: This workshop will emphasize using play therapy with victims of sexual abuse and trauma. Frameworks for conceptualizing the impact of sexual abuse, treatment components from evidence-based practice models, and play therapy will be integrated to create abuse-informed interventions that are developmentally appropriate and clinically sound. Attendees will receive a variety of directive play therapy interventions which address core components of sexual abuse treatment including psychoeducation, emotional expression, cognitive coping, and trauma narration. Lecture, experiential activities, group discussion, and case examples will provide participants with a comprehensive learning experience.

Learning Objectives: After the workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Identify a minimum of ten play therapy-based interventions to use in clinical practice with sexually traumatized children and adolescents

2. Identify the difference between dynamic and toxic posttraumatic play in the play therapy setting

3. Identify at least three dynamics of sexual abuse which may be utilized to underscore play therapy assessment and intervention of sexually abused individuals

4. Describe areas of clinical need for children and adolescents who have been victims of childhood sexual abuse and discuss ways in which play therapy can be utilized to meet these needs

5. Identify 2-3 cultural considerations when working with sexually abused children in the play therapy setting

6. Discuss 1-2 areas of special consideration when working with sexually traumatized children and adolescents in play therapy

For information about the conference contact the SCAPT President:

Carmen Jimenez-Pride

email: sca4pt@gmail.com

phone 704-222-2810

CONTINUING EDUCATION: To receive Continuing Education credit, participants must complete all CE materials, sign in/out requests and submit an evaluation form for each program attended. Full attendance is required. It is the responsibility of the participants to determine if CE Credits offered by SCAPT meet the regulations of their state licensing/certification board. CE Certificates will be disseminated after all CE materials are reviewed.

Continuing Education: This event is sponsored by the SC Association for Play Therapy(APT Approved Provider #99-061) and provides continuing education specific to play therapy. This conference event carries 12 Continuing Education Hours (CONTACT ) specific to Play Therapy. SCAPT maintains the responsibility for this program and content.

The South Carolina Association for Play Therapy (SCAPT) is recognized by the SC Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation, Division of Professional and Occupational Licensing, SC Board of Examiners for the Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Counselors, and Psycho-Educational Specialists (Provider #4586) to offer 12 Continuing Education Clock Hours for this event. For questions related to Continuing Education contact: CE Coordinator (sccabusiness@yahoo.com).

The South Carolina Board of Social Work Examiners has approved this traning for 12 Social Work hours.

Handicap Accessible and Tobacco Free Campus

LRADAC Education Center (located at back of building and visitor’s parking)

2711 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC 29203

(Near Richland Memorial Hospital Area)

Visit the LRADAC Website: http://www.lradac.org/ for more information and directions.

Registration Includes: FREE Continuing Education Certificate, Morning Coffee, Snack and Lunch Both Days on Site

All participants must register on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-23rd-sc-association-for-play-therapy-annual-conference-tickets-96369825743

Conference materials will be sent through Eventbrite to the email address on the registration.

SCAPT website (www.sca4pt.com).

Early Conference Rates through 7/16/2021

Early SCAPT/APT Members Early Non-Members Early Full Time Graduate Students

$225 (Both) $275 (Both) $125 (Both)

$125 (Friday) $175 (Friday) $75 (Friday)

$125 (Saturday) $175 (Saturday) $75 (Saturday)

Regular Conference Rates through 9/9/2021

Regular SCAPT/APT Members Regular Non-Members Regular FT Graduate Students

$250 (Both) $300 (Both) $150 (Both)

$150 (Friday) $200 (Friday) $100 (Friday)

$150 (Saturday) $120 (Saturday) $100 (Saturday)

Onsite Registration is available the day of the program for an additional $25.00

Institutional discount will be approved when 8 people or more register at a time:

$200 per person for both days and $100 for one day. Use the Register as a group function on Eventbrite!!

NO Purchase Orders will be accepted for this Conference. A check can be mailed two weeks prior, or brought on the day of the conference from an agency made out to SC Association for Play Therapy or SCAPT. No one will be able to sign in on the day of the conference without payment. The attendee is responsible for making sure that fees are paid in order to attend. Any agency agreements for payment are between the attendee and the agency, and not with SCAPT.

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Organizer SC Association for Play Therapy(APT Approved Provider 99-061)

Organizer of The 23rd SC Association for Play Therapy Annual Conference

The mission of SCAPT shall be to advance the psychosocial development and mental health of all people through play and play therapy by promoting:

1. Understanding and valuing of play and play therapy.
2. Effective practice of play therapy through training, research, and support.
3. Recognition, incorporation, and preservation of diversity in play therapy.
4. Development and maintenance of a strong professional organization to accomplish these objectives.

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