Child-centered play therapy is a method of counseling children through play to address a wide range of emotional and behavioral problems. With its strong evidence base and wide applicability, it is developmentally one of the most frequently used and relevant forms of therapeutic intervention for children.
- Define Child-centered play therapy and explain the meaning of the basic principles guiding therapy.
- Explain how one’s views about children and therapeutic relationship impact therapy.
- Identify what types of toys are needed to set up the therapeutic playroom.
- Learn essential basic skills and responses through role play’s,
- Recognition of play themes, structuring sessions,
- Conducting play therapy in schools,
- Handling special issues that arise in play therapy experience.
Intended For: Psychologists, Counselors, Psychotherapists, and students pursuing Masters degree program in psychology/counseling.
a) Discount for Students-
Student to bring along their ID cards. Each Attendee to receive a 10% off on total amount.
b) Discount for Professionals-
Early Bird Deadline:30th April'17
Participants register in groups of three within the early bird deadline period and each participant to receive 10% off on the total amount.
c) Discount for Previous attendees-
Individual attending this event a second time or have previously attended any other workshop at Circle of Life to receive a 10% off on the total amount.