Introduction to Play Therapy Course

Centre For Play Therapy offers a one-day introductory course for those wanting to learn the basics of Play Therapy.

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Do you wish to learn the basics of Play Therapy?

This introductory course provides an overview of the clinical skills required to engage in child centred play therapy with clients. Further workshops provide intensive education and opportunities to put theory into practice. Conducted through completion of an online workbook and attendance at a one day practical intensive workshop, this workshop is ideal for anyone wanting to learn more about child centred play therapy.

The following topics are covered in the first workshop:

  • History and benefits of play- the meaning of play for children
  • Theory of play therapy
  • Key concepts of child centred play therapy
  • Characteristics of the play therapist
  • The play room and materials
  • Beginning therapy: The importance of the relationship with the child
  • Basic skills introduction: Characteristics of facilitative responses and therapeutic limit setting

Those working in a clinical capacity with children would benefit from attending this training.

2021 Introduction to Play Therapy Course Dates & Fees

Introduction to Play Therapy Course Dates

  • Introduction to Play Therapy: 1st February (1 day)
  • Introduction to Play Therapy: 17th March (1 day)
  • Introduction to Play Therapy: 6th July (1 day)
  • Introduction to Play Therapy: 12th July (1 day)

Introduction to Play Therapy Course Fees

Fees are payable before each workshop, and payment options including payment plans are available upon request. Please contact us to discuss payment options if required.

2021 Introduction to Play Therapy Course: $495 + GST

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Helping children heal through play

Please contact us for further information, or to arrange an initial parent consultation to assess whether play therapy is suitable for your child.
All referrals welcome.

  • Registered
    NDIS provider

  • Trained counsellors

  • Child-centred
    therapy

  • Accepting &
    non-directive

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