Play Therapy: Emotional Literacy and Regulation Skills for Children, Teens & Parents

Play Therapy: Emotional Literacy and Regulation
Skills for Children, Teens & Parents

 

Play Therapy Emotional LiteracyThis workshop integrates Play Therapy theory, neurological research, Attachment Theory, and Developmental Theory in a unique exploration of the emotional landscapes of children’s inner and outer worlds. The presenter will discuss how emotions are expressed collectively in families and in societies. Participants will practice Play Therapy techniques that promote emotional literacy and regulation in children and between children and their parents. Gender and cultural issues will be discussed.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES – BY THE END OF THE SEMINAR, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

List and describe four basic feelings
• Describe how a right brain to right brain connection between parent and child facilitates emotional regulation
• Explain how Play Therapy invites right brain experience
• List two reasons that women typically have an easier time talking about feelings
• Describe three Play Therapy techniques for increasing emotional literacy and/or regulation

LEVEL: Beginner & Intermediate
DATES: Saturday, April 21, 2018
TIMES: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm daily
FACULTY: Emily Keller, PH.D., LPC, RPT
TUITION: $130 if registered one month in advance, $50 deposit ($150 afterward)

CE CREDITS: 6
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APT Approved Provider 15-437

APT Approved Provider 15-437

ACEP Approved Provider No. 6756

ACEP Approved Provider No. 6756

 

 

Dates
April 21, 2018
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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