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Connecting the Clinical Dots: Assessment, Conceptualization, Treatment Planning, and Documentation in Play Therapy

Topics: Play Therapy, Children, Assessment, Teens, Treatment Plan, Documentation

Audience: Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists, Play Therapists, Marriage & Family Therapists (MFT)

Thursday, June 29, 2023
10:00 AM to 02:15 PM EST
4 CE Hours
$129.99 $99.99
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Connecting the Clinical Dots:  Assessment, Conceptualization, Treatment Planning, and Documentation in Play Therapy
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Lynn Louise Wonders
LPC, RPT-S, CPCS

Noted Play Therapist/Trainer

Lynn Louise Wonders is a licensed professional counselor and certified professional counselor supervisor in the state of Georgia and a registered play therapist-supervisor. Lynn has been providing play therapy services for children and families since 2001 and has been providing play therapy training, supervision and consultation since 2010. She is an author and editor of multiple publications in the fields of child & family counseling and play therapy and . She is a Certified AutPlay Therapist, Certified Synergetic Play Therapist, Certified Mindfunless-based Play Therapist, and Certified in Neuropsychotherapy. Visit: www.WondersCounseling.com    

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Course Overview

Via live interactive webinar
Course Description:
APT Primary Focus Area(s):
Skills and Methods: 4 CE
Total Play Therapy CE Hours: 4 CE

Note: This online event offers 4 CE  Association of Play Therapy (APT) for 4 CE Hours (non-contact) and meets APT's definition of "Live Webinar." See below for full details. 

This four-hour live webinar will provide a transtheoretical approach to the processes of assessing and developing a conceptualization of what the needs of child clients are to then develop an appropriate plan for therapy and maintain an ethically fit clinical record. Webinar participants will learn practical and specific skills and methods along with sample documentation tools and an opportunity to apply what they learn with a fictional case scenario.
Learning Objectives:
Upon the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
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Core Wellness, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0569 and for mental health counselors, #MHC-0167 and for psychologists, #PSY-0236. Note: This course provides 4 Contact Hour(s) live online credits (via interactive webinar) or live in person. 

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Fee covers: Attendance, course material and CE award to those who complete the course. Registration is open until the course sells out (when this occurs, purchase option is disabled). We recommend signing up early to secure your spot and for early bird pricing. We provide a full refund upon request for cancellations submitted seven (7) calendar days before the webinar date. Cancellations received after that time frame will be granted: a transfer, credit or recorded webinar access, when available. For further questions, please see the FAQ section or contact us. In the rare event of a training cancellation, a notification and full refund (for the course fee only) will be automatically sent to you via your email on file.

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. 4 CE Non-contact Hours. This workshop meets APT's definition of "Live Webinar." Course is limited to 50 attendees only. Once capacity is met, course will be unavailable for purchase.

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