Every play therapy supervisor desires to provide quality supervision for play therapists. This training is designed for the play therapist who is currently an RPT-S or is seeking the play therapy supervision credential. Participants will learn the methods to launch play therapy supervision, ethical considerations in play therapy and how to guide supervisees in using play therapy with clients and their families. The workshop will provide 3 credit hours. The training will use lecture, PowerPoint, small group discussion and experiential activities to learn the objectives.
Identify the building blocks of an effective play therapy supervisor
Engage supervisees in the use of play therapy process
Guide supervisees in the credentialing process
Operate using ethical guidelines according to APT Best Practices
About the Presenter: Kay Pantier
MSE, MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S, TA-S
Registered Play Therapist Supervisor
Kay Pantier is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor and a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. She has specializations in trauma, play therapy, technology assisted counseling and supervision. Kay is trained by EMDRIA in the EMDR model for working with trauma. Kay graduated with her counseling degree from John Brown University in 2008. She has 25 years of experience as a former elementary school teacher and principal.
Kay specializes in working with families and children. She has a passion for helping those who help others and enjoys training other professionals in sandtray therapy, play therapy, trauma and supervision.