Play Therapy for Cooperative Families

This workshop offers a view of children through a family systems lens; rationale for integrating play and family therapy; and creative play therapy interventions to break up dysfunctional family patterns. Participants will receive the printed booklet Cooperative Families and printable handouts to use with families. Learn how to facilitate communication, mutual understanding and empathic mirroring. Help shift families from competition to cooperation. Participants will practice play therapy techniques.

Family Cooperative

LEARNING OBJECTIVES – PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Explain child behavior through a family systems lens
• State at least two benefits of integrating play and family therapy
• Compare and contrast competitive and cooperative families
• Describe the Cooperative Families process
• Describe emotionally literate families
• Discuss the benefits of parent-child attunement
• List three play therapy interventions to use with families

LEVEL Beginner & Intermediate
DATES November 3, 2017
TIMES 9:00am – 5:00pm daily
FACULTY Emily Keller, Ph.D, LPC, RPT
TUITION $130 if registered one month in advance, $50 deposit ($150 afterward)
CE CREDITS 6

Dates
Times
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Prices
Early Registration $130.00
Late Registration $150.00
Location Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy
659 Edwards Ridge Road
Chapel Hill NC 27517
919-929-1171
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