A three-hour training focused on engaging parents in play therapy treatment and home strategies. This training looks first at ways parents can be involved in play therapy sessions with the child, in parent sessions, and through parenting strategies at home. Then it shifts to focus on resistant parents who are difficult to engage or struggle to follow through on strategies.
Clinicians will be able to identify 3 ways to include parents in play therapy treatment.
Clinicians will be able to identify 3 ways parents can support play therapy goals at home.
Clinicians will be able to describe sources of parent resistance and 2-3 ways to address these obstacles.
Robyn Rausch, LPC-S, RPT-S