[oblpct] Play Therapy Conference -- May 20, 2011
Oregon Bd Licensed Profess Counselors & Therapists Information
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Fri Apr 22 08:15:21 PDT 2011
The following information is provided as a courtesy of the Oregon Board
of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists. It is not an
Register for this workshop @ www.orapt.squarespace.com
<http://www.orapt.squarespace.com/> . Select the "Conference" tab and
follow the instructions.
Workshop Overview: Play Therapy is a dynamic, creative style of
psychotherapy that is designed to honor and foster each child's growth
and psychological health while actively, often indirectly, dealing with
past trauma and current behavioral struggles. With the variety of
currently available evidence-based play therapy interventions,
clinicians can be challenged in their play therapy work to achieve a
creative and useful balance between providing safety and consistency
through the use of structure while accommodating the child's own
spontaneity and natural curiosity and inherent growth potential. This
workshop is designed to maximize your therapeutic creativity while
respecting current learning and research on individual and group play
Objectives: After the session, participants will be able to:
1. Define and proactively recognize high conflict families.
2. Structure the therapy to best protect their role as a play
3. Develop a systematic plan for approaching high conflict families
4. Learn about play themes seen in children of high conflict
families, and about the pitfalls of interpreting play in high conflict
5. Feel more confident in dealing with other professionals involved
with the family, such as attorneys, in way that protects their role as a
play therapist and their therapeutic relationships.
6. Understand the family dynamics that contribute to the
estrangement of children in high conflict families, and play therapy
interventions when children are estranged.
When: Friday, May 20, 2011 from 9am to 4 pm
Where: Clackamas Community College, Gregory Forum 19600 Molalla Ave,
Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Speaker: Charlene Sabin, MD did her pediatric residency at Oregon Health
& Science University from 1977-1981 and her child psychiatry fellowship
from 1981-1983. Since 1983, Dr. Sabin has been a behavioral pediatrician
in Portland specializing in children's mental health, children's
adjustment to divorce, and children in foster care. She has also
provided forensic consultations to the Department of Human Services -
Child Welfare, custody evaluations in the private sector, and
consultations to community mental health agencies.
Participants will earn 6 hours of Play Therapy CEUs. Continuing
Education hours for LPCs, LMFTs, and LCSW also applies.
ORAPT is an APT approved provider. Provider #99-054.
PO Box 14113
Portland, OR 97293
Becky Eklund, Executive Director
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional
Counselors and Therapists
3218 Pringle Road SE, #250
Salem, OR 97302
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