USING PLAY THERAPY TO TREAT TRAUMA IN CHILDREN
WORK TOWARD BECOMING A REGISTERED PLAY THERAPIST
Saturday November 7, 2020 – 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
6 CEs $25 additional
Limited to 6 participants
Presenter: Jeannette Harroun, LMFT, RPT-S
Target Audience: This course is designed for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, LEPs, pre-licensed associates and graduate mental health students
Sponsored by Growth through Play Therapy Trainers
Workshop will examine the impact of trauma on the brain and the benefits of play therapy in assessing and treating trauma including post-traumatic play and dissociation. Participants will learn the principles of directive and non-directive play therapy and be able to identify a variety of play therapy interventions that can be used in multiple environments through both didactic and experiential methods. Workshop will include both didactic and experiential learning activities.
Jeannette Harroun, LMFT, RPT is a Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist. She has a private practice in Lafayette, CA where she provides psychotherapy and individual consultation and supervision. Her approach to therapy is described as positive, warm and playful. She works with children, teens and parents in addressing a variety of concerns including self-regulation, self-esteem, attachment, tantrums and impulsivity, parenting/co-parenting/blended family issues, anxiety, depression, school and motivational issues, trauma, and divorce. She is currently a collaborative supervisor for the Wright Institute and has been an adjunct faculty member with the University of Phoenix and a workshop provider with John F. Kennedy University.
After the training participants will be able to:
- Describe how trauma effects the brain
- Identify three benefits of using play therapy
- Identify the difference between directed and non-directed play and understand the basic principles of each as related to trauma treatment
- Describe use of play therapy to treat post-traumatic play and dissociation
- Identify five play therapy interventions and how they are used in the assessment and treatment of trauma
- Incorporate play therapy treatment and interventions into assessment and case treatment plans
Trainer: Jeannette Harroun MFT, RPT-S
Time and Date: 10AM-5:30 PM Saturday November 7, 2020 (1 hour lunch break and two 15 minute breaks will not be counted toward the 6 CEs awarded)
Location: 3725 Coolidge Avenue, Oakland 94602
Fee: $165 if registered before 9/15/2020, $190 if registered after 9/15/20
Fee includes delicious snacks and a manual.
Limited to 6 participants to provide individual attention
Register: Credit card charges through Pay Pal. To pay by check, please contact Karen via email so she reserves your spot and then mail a check to: Karen Pernet 3725 Coolidge Ave, Oakland, CA. Contact Jeannette Harroun directly for more information: 925-890-7478 or firstname.lastname@example.org
6 CEs-$25 additional charge. Sierra Institute for Contemporary Gestalt Therapy (Provider #76949) is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT’S, LCSW’S, LPCC’S AND LEP’S.
SICGT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
Growth through Play Therapy is an approved provider for the Association for Play Therapy-APT 09-241 No extra charge for APT approval.
These workshops and presenter have no conflict of interest in presenting this workshop, nor is there any commercial support
Partial credit cannot be offered.
Cancellation policy: Full refund if canceled 45 days in advance minus a $50 administrative fee. After that date there will be no refund unless space is filled from the waiting list.
Questions: Contact Jeannette at 925-890-7478 or email@example.com
- Regular Registration Fee: $190 (after 9/15/20)
- Early Bird Registration Fee: $165 (before 9/15/20)
- 6 CEs @$25 from SICGT Provider #76949
Approved by Association for Play Therapy (APT 09-241) NO FEE for APT credits.