Child and play therapists can be overwhelmed by complex information regarding clinical cases. This can involve historical case information or details that the therapist believes is needed during therapy. Videos and case descriptions of our play therapy clients will provide a foundation for sharing insights and issues we have experienced. Participants will also explore their ideas and struggles.
Presented by: Garry Landreth, Ed.D. & Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.
- Describe a new insight into themselves related to their difficult cases and articulate a new way to respond to children they have had difficulty connecting with
- Describe two, positive, facilitative ways to respond to children who experience emotional blocks by becoming silent and inactive
- Identify themes in play therapy