Fri, Sep 01|
LIVE WEBINAR: How to Talk to Parents About Therapy
Time & Location
Sep 01, 2023, 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM CDT
About the event
[3 APT or NBCC Credit Hours]
** Early Bird discount through August 1, 2023: USE CODE "EARLYBIRD16" in coupon code box at checkout! **
CE Credit will not be awarded to those who are not mental health professionals. Completed evaluation will be required for credit for all participants.
Robyn Gobbel, LMSW-Clinical
Due to the presenter's credentials, this training will be conducted under the NASW and APT Codes of Ethics.
From the first moment of contact with a potential client, therapists and play therapists can take intentional steps to create an environment of safety and inclusion for parents. The therapist/play therapist takes responsibility for implicitly trusting our clients, while also earning the trust of our clients' parents and caregivers. This trust unfolds in micro moments in ways that are largely unseen and unnoticed, but it is not unknown or mysterious. Therapists/play therapists can harness the power of relational neuroscience, including polyvagal theory, to demystify the play therapy process for parents. Inviting parents and caregivers into the process increases trust and participation.
This workshop will give therapists/play therapists immediate actionable steps they can take to offer an experience of mutual trust and safety to their clients' parents, ultimately increasing client satisfaction in the therapy process and improving client outcomes.
1. Describe their theory and modality of therapy/play therapy in ways parents and caregivers can understand
2. Identify steps to take to increase trust and participation with therapy/play therapy client parents, beginning at the initial meeting and continuing into treatment sessions
3. Apply polyvagal theory to therapy client parents and caregivers
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1 hour 30 minutes
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