Via recorded webinar
In this 2-hour recorded webinar Lynn Louise Wonders will take a look at the best ways to utilize children’s books in the play room to assist in helping children in their process of healing and growth. Learn effective play therapy techniques brought to life by bibliotherapy.
Original recording date: May 18, 2018 Length: 126 minutes
Upon the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Summarize the history and use of bibliotherapy and how it can be used in play therapy services.
- Name two play therapy seminal theories that support the use of bibliotherapy in treating children.
- Recall dozens of children’s books that have therapeutic value in helping children and will learn how to utilize these books in the playroom.
- Explain how to guide parents in utilizing books at home to reinforce the established play therapy treatment plan.?
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