There is growing body of evidence showing support for time in nature as emotionally beneficial, especially for children. However, children and families are now more out-of-touch with nature than ever before. Nature play therapy will be introduced as a way to incorporate nature as part of healing practice in play therapy with children, adolescents and families. Integrating nature-based therapeutic activities (that can often be adapted for use indoors when needed) will assist children and caretakers to improve resiliency, overcome adversity, enhance relationship quality, and to grow and thrive emotionally.
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Presenter - Jamie Lynn Langley, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Play Therapist Supervisor
Jamie Lynn Langley, LCWS, RPT-S is a licensed clinical social worker and registered play therapist-supervisor with a private practice in Tennessee, USA. She specializes in treating children and their families who have experience abuse, loss, trauma, abandonment, divorce and other clinical issues primarily using play therapy. A therapist for 30 years, Ms. Langley helped co-found the Tennessee Association For Play Therapy and serves as its president. She is an adjunct Professor at Middle Tennessee State University and Lipscomb University.
Absolutely wonderful, thanks SO much Jamie! A real boost to my tools :) K.H.
A really wonderful webinar with lots of really inspiring information and practical tips. :) R.H.
Very inspiring. I have so many ideas now. S.P.
Very stimulating thanks Jamie A.L.
Thank you so very much J.O.