Play therapy is a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses PLAY to communicate with and help people, especially children, to prevent or resolve psycho-social challenges. This is thought to help them towards better social integration, emotional regulation and personality development.
Play is incredibly important for a child's development - helping to shape social, creative, language, emotional, cognitive and physical aspects. As a result, Play Therapists help children in a variety of ways, such as helping children express their thoughts and feelings and resolve their own problems. The positive relationship that develops between therapist and child during play therapy sessions can provide a corrective emotional experience necessary for healing.
1) Training by a highly knowledgeable and experienced Play Therapist
2) Learning through discussions and case studies
3) Reading Material
4) Group Discussion & mock sessions
5) Certificates awarded to all participants
6) Become eligible to attend the 66 hours of intensive Play Therapy Supervision course. Course Content:
1) Introduction to play therapy
3) Approaches and techniques of Play Therapy
4) Basic principles, types and goals
5) Challenges and termination
6) Application of Play Therapy into different settings
Highly recommended for:
School counsellors, teachers, social workers, psychologists, parents, care takers and psychology students.
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