Parts 1 & 2, Supervision: Ethics and Using Expressive Arts in Play Therapy Supervision
November 3 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm$60.00 - $85.00
Parts 1 & 2, Supervision: Ethics
This training is for those who are currently RPT/S or are working toward the RPT/S credential.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., training begins at 9:00 AM and runs until 4:00 PM.
*This training is limited to 40 people due to space. Please Park on Orem Blvd on the street. The parking lot cannot accommodate the extra cars.
Using Expressive Arts in Play Therapy Supervision
This workshop will focus on the use of expressive arts in play therapy supervision. Participants will learn how to use play in their supervision to help supervisees become empowered as therapists, develop their own self- awareness, and learn to trust their intuition in therapy. Come and learn the value of using creative play in the supervision relationship.
- Learn how to incorporate play as part of the supervisory relationship
- Identify the roles of the supervisor and supervisee through playful interventions
- Through the use of expressive arts learn how to help supervisees identify counter transference that occurs during the play therapy process
- Understand how playful supervision enhances the relationship between supervisor and supervisee
“Oh no, it’s time to renew my play therapy certification and I have to take an ethics course, what a YAWNER.” Hey, play therapist! Ethics does not have to be boring. Through the use of playful interventions, clinical, professional and ethical issues in play therapy will be taught. This will be a playful reminder of our ethical responsibilities as play therapists. You won’t be able to yawn your way through this workshop.
- Learn how to use play in understanding ethical standards in play therapy
- Understand the ethical play therapy relationship
- Using Playful reminders to understand the role of confidentiality as play therapists
- Identify best practices in play therapy through expressive arts
Bio. Information: John has been practicing therapy for thirty years and is the owner of the Center for Sandplay and Expressive Arts. He has been on the Utah Association for Play Therapy Board for over twenty years. John teaches a series of sandplay and expressive arts trainings. He is the father of nine children and has three grandchildren. One of John’s passions is to create, design, and develop expressive art interventions.