APTA's next workshop is with Rhonda Kent, on February 1.
It will cover both treatment of Grief and Loss, and then Inspiring Hope for the afternoon!


 

February 1, 2019
Grief, Loss, and Inspiring Hope
Rhonda Kent, MA Counselling, MSW, Registered
Provisional Psychologist


APTA Spring Conference 2019

April 26 & 27  Friday and Saturday
Calgary

Rosedale Community Centre
Claire Malcolm
MSc., Registered Clinical Psychologist

This 2-day workshop focuses on Ricky Greenwald’s therapeutic model and how to apply it with children. Participants learn key concepts within this model, including learning to assess trauma, the role of attachment for ‘fence building; aka: safety’, and interventions to ‘build the knight; aka: security’. The workshop includes lecture and hands-on learning opportunities. The goal is to increase awareness of the model, while building hands on skills useful in clinical settings.

Ricky Greenwald’s Fairy Tale Model is a comprehensive phase model of trauma-informed treatment. This research-supported model is featured in Dr. Greenwald’s recent books: Child Trauma Handbook, EMDR Within a Phase Model of Trauma-Informed Treatment, Treating Problem Behaviors, Progressive Counting, and the comic book, A Fairy Tale.


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Why Play Therapy? Because...

The Association for Play Therapy introduces Andrew to illustrate the value of play therapy.

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