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Obtaining Full Licensure and Avoiding Ethical Dilemmas and Board Rules Road Blocks


This workshop is designated for therapists working towards full licensure. The purpose of this workshop is to help get you organized so you know exactly what you need to do to obtain your licensure as an LPC, LMFT, or LCSW. 

This workshop is a thorough overview of licensure requirements in the State of Georgia. Attendees will walk away with gaining a deeper understanding of the Board Rules that will guide their practice to obtaining full licensure. Attendees will learn about the supervisory relationship, what to expect, and how to screen for qualified supervisors and avoid common pitfalls experienced during the supervisory process. Attendees will understand the Contract Affidavit and other Rules guiding their supervision and direction hours. 

This workshop is offered on 6/7/19 from 9:30am to 4pm. SEATS ARE LIMITED. Each date is approved by LPCA for 5 ethics contact hours and is presented by Brandy Rogers, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS.
Select the date you wish to register for and pay for the workshop. Then complete the form below and let the presenter know what questions you want answered during the workshop.

Creating a Toolkit for Trauma Focused Play Therapy

This training is designed for the new play therapist in agency, private practice, or school based mental health settings who is interested in learning more about play therapy interventions and techniques for treating children and families who experienced trauma. Therapists will be introduced to the principles of trauma informed care and common components of evidence-based practices and how play therapy fits into each of these principles and practices.  We will cover the basic rationale, philosophy, and theoretical concepts specific to both directive and non-directive play therapy. Participants will be introduced to the toys and materials commonly used in trauma treatment and we will explore cultural sensitivity.
Objectives: Participants will discuss the 6 principals of Trauma Informed Care and will describe how Play Therapy philosophy complements these principals. Participants will analyze 5 common core components of evidence base practices for treating trauma and will apply Play Therapy in each component. Participants will create a toolbox of at least 10 play therapy techniques, two for each of the core components discussed. Participants will identify 2 signs that clients are Hyper or Hypo-Aroused outside of the Window of Tolerance. Participants will discuss how to apply play therapy techniques within individual and family session for each of the 5 components. Participants will practice implementing one technique for each of the 5 components discussed utilizing case studies.

6 Play Therapy Contact Credit Hours
APT Approved Provider 18-554


Introduction to Play Therapy, Session 1

This training is designed for therapists in agency, private practice, or school based mental health settings who are working with children and are looking to expand Play Therapy skills. Therapists will be introduced to the principles of Play Therapy, basic techniques, and materials to get started. 

Objectives: Participants will discuss Child Centered Play Therapy and philosophy. Participants will discuss 4 categories of toys for playroom set up. Participants will analyze 4 common play themes that children demonstrate in play therapy sessions. Participants will identify and analyze the 4 TEEL model techniques. Participants will practice the 4 TEEL model techniques through mock counseling sessions.  
5 Play Therapy Contact Credit Hours
APT Approved Provider 18-554
Cost $130. Register now for early registration discount!

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