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Repairing and Building Closer Relationships Through Play Therapy

https://kutv.com/features/fresh-living/clair-mellenthin-repairing-and-building-closer-relationships-through-play-therapy

Please follow the link above to view Clair Mellenthin’s segment with KUTV on Repairing and building closer relationships through Play Therapy.

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Inviting Parents to Play Using Attachment-Centered Play Therapy: APT Approved Training for Professionals

Date: July 13, 2018 9-4:30

Location: Argosy University

121 Election Rd. Suite 300, Draper UT

Description:
Parents are a powerful force to be reckoned with, and inviting them to be a part of the play therapy process is a critical component to creating lasting change in the child’s world. So why is this so hard to do?? Clinicians new and seasoned alike struggle with allowing and inviting parents to participate in play therapy for a variety of reasons, but learning skills in building a strong alliance with the parents is a MUST in child and family therapy. In this dynamic workshop, participants will learn the hows, whys, whens, and what-to-dos of parent-child play therapy utilizing Attachment Centered Play Therapy. You will learn attachment centered play therapy interventions, as well as take a look at your own roadblocks in a hands-on, experiential, nurturing learning environment. Get ready to learn and play!

***Please note that the address on the flyer has changed. The correct address is listed above***

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