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My Child is Too Shy

By Cathy Canfield In my practice, I see a number of children who are uncomfortable and even very afraid in social situations, including school. This is called social anxiety. Some…

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Self-Care for Play Therapists

By: Pam Dyson, MA, LPC, RPT, Founder and Director of the St. Louis Center for Play Therapy Training. We hear so much about the importance of self-care to prevent burnout. …

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A Play Therapy Intervention:

Feelings and Bubbles  Blow bubbles and explain that feelings are a lot like bubbles.  Some bubbles pop quickly and others last a long time.  Some feelings come and go quickly…

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The ABC’s of Play Therapy

  Review by Sharlene Christensen, CMHC, RPT On May 10th at Weber State University many therapists and graduate students had the opportunity to learn “The ABC’s of Play Therapy” from…

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Promoting Attachment through Play Therapy

Review by Heather Stephenson, MS, CMHC 

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Mr. Rogers Documentary – FREE SCREENING – August 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM

August 2, 2018

Join the Utah Association for Play Therapy to enjoy a free screening of the Mr. Rogers documentary WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR (PG-13). Presented by Doc Utah and the Sundance…

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Sandtray Training: Getting Grounded

July 3, 2018

Sandtray Training: Getting Grounded – September 2018 With presenter Catherine Spooner An experiential, hands-on training for mental health professionals and play therapists to learn how to effectively utilize sandtray therapy…

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APT Approved Local Trainings – Beyond Bowlby – August 2018

June 12, 2018

Beyond Bowlby with Robyn Gobble https://www.gobbelcounseling.com/saltlake-beyond-bowlby Salt Lake City, UT WHEN: Friday/Saturday August 17 & 18, 2018 9am to 4:45pm WHERE: Salt Lake City Main Library Branch 210 E. 400 S.…

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