September 15, 2017 Training Session
Parent Sessions: An Essential Part of Play Therapy
Explaining Play Therapy to parents can be difficult. Yet, parents are a huge part of a child’s life and an essential part of their treatment. This experiential workshop will help the therapist learn how to talk to parents so that they will listen and understand. Participants will leave the training with a specific format for a typical parent session. The trainer will provide playful techniques to help parents manage their child’s behaviors and feel more confident in their role of parenting.
- Gain an understanding of the parent’s role in treating a child in play therapy.
- Learn how to talk to parents so that they understand what they can do to help their child.
- Experience and practice playful techniques to use when working with parents of young children and adolescents.
Presenter:Patricia Pearson, LCSW
Where: : Crossroads Family Counseling Center, LLC
3611 Chain Bridge Rd, Suite C
Fairfax, VA 22030
When: September 15, 2017
The program offers 3.0 contact hours in Play Therapy. Full attendance is required. CFCC is approved by the Association for Play Therapy to offer continuing education specific to play therapy. APT Approved Provider 13-360.
Co-sponsored by the Virginia Association for Play Therapy.
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited for each training and is not secured until you receive confirmation. No refunds.
$70.00 Early Bird Registration by August 15, 2017 by 11:59pm
$80.00 Regular Registration by September 8, 2017 by 11:59pm
$85.00 After September 9, 2017 and at On Site Registration (space not guaranteed)
$50.00 student rate if ID presented at door.
About the presenter:
Patricia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master’s degree in both Psychology and Social Work. She has worked with children and families for over 20 years. Patricia has a passion for working with parents and helping families. In her practice in Fairfax, she provides psychotherapy for Adolescents, children, and adults. In addition to private practice, Patricia is an adjunct professor at Marymount University.