Only mental health practitioners can receive CE credit for this course.
From twelve-year-olds to seniors in high school, adolescence is a changing time. This makes play therapy a challenge: how do you heal those maneuvering the middle ground between childhood and adulthood? Join us on this journey as we explore when to apply directive and non-directive play, how to work with older children, and how to set goals for this population.
Pre-teens and Teens in Play Therapy Objectives:
- Understand why it is important not to have a script for when to apply directive and non-directive play therapy interventions with pre-teens and teens
- Understand the importance of assessing the pre-teen or teen’s emotional age in the play therapy process
- Understand the most important goal when applying play therapy to your work with pre-teens and teens
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