√.. fantastic hands-on skills that I can implement with the children I work with.
√..This course is about learning real skills not just theory.
√..Fantastic course and approach to delivering an introduction into this subject. It was just the right amount of information to get a taster, without feeling bored or overwhelmed.
One of the phrases I always use with kids is “You can tell me, or you can show me in whatever way you want.”
Improve your knowledge of and skill in working creatively with traumatised children and young people (including those with a sexual assault history). Consider art and play therapy case studies and practice suitable methods and tools to work safely, respectfully and effectively with children who have been affected by traumatic events.
This two half-day online workshop introduces you to approaches and applications of art and play interventions with children and young people who have been affected by trauma. The key advantage with art and play therapies is that, used respectfully, children and young people can express images, thoughts, events and feelings that might otherwise be difficult to express. The externalising that this media fosters, allows a way of distancing from distress, a safer means of telling and an avenue for reclaiming power.
This workshop will provide valuable tools and processes for clinicians who work with young clients and who wish to enhance their ways to overcome trauma in creative and evidence-based ways. We will also discuss the effects of trauma, brain development implications and do's and don'ts in trauma work, especially when using creative materials.
Please note, this is a LIVE and INTERACTIVE training event. We don't record this.
All mental health professionals working with children. Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, case workers, child and family counsellors, child protection workers, mental health and pastoral workers, other allied health professionals and students of these disciplines.
5th-6th September 2022, 10am-1pm AEST (Sydney Time) NOW FULLY BOOKED - Wait list applies
14th-15th November 2022, 10am-1pm AEDT (Sydney Time)
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Jacki Short - Registered Counselling Psychologist and Play Therapist and Supervisor
Included in the workshop price:
Special Price $300
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√.. lots of opportunity for active participation and opportunities to practice new skills, with supervision, and help when required. I would strongly recommend this workshop to others.
√..a good introduction to play therapy for children affected by trauma. It provided me with an opportunity to develop a range of play therapy techniques.
√...activities were hands-on and engaging and pitched at a good level. The learning environment was friendly and supportive.
√..very informative. It has given me some practical ideas to use with kids. I'm feeling more confident in providing valuable resources/ support to these children within a non-directive art/play therapy approach.
√...great workshop for teaching of practical skills and activities with children who have experienced trauma.
√... excellent - constructive and well facilitated. I found the workshop provided practical guidelines for the application of the theory discussed. Thank you so much for the experience it was awesome!
√....interactive, useful, educational , fun and eye-opening. Loved the workshop. Thank you for all the ideas and resources for art, movement and play therapy activities.
√...evidence-based which is really important. Had a good mix of theory and practice and was fun and at a good pace.
√...informative, helpful, fun, interesting, challenging.
√...It reinforced things I know and use and also encouraged me to try different techniques with traumatised children. It was a good balance between information and experiential learning.
√...Inspiring, creative, welcoming and highly educational.