Child-Centered Reunification Therapy Webinar
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Child-centered reunification therapy is designed to give children a voice in the reunification therapy process. Child-centered reunification therapy uses a unique two-therapist approach, which integrates parent education, co-parenting skills, mental health education, filial play therapy, and experiential therapy approaches. By using the two-therapist approach parents are represented, and the child or children are equally represented. The child gains a voice in a process, which typically ignores the needs of the child, and parents receive education in relation to better understanding the needs of their child and co-parenting skills. The half-day workshop will provide clinicians with a foundation for Child-Centered Reunification Therapy.
The pace of the therapy is controlled by the child and allows the child to expand the expression of self. Play therapy provides healing form hurts and trauma, and breaks down tension. Play therapy is conducted in a safe environment, which allows the child to express a variety of emotions.
Play therapy assists the child in learning to cope with anxieties and conflicts through their natural pastime of play.
The Creative Therapy Center utilizes Dr. Byron Norton’s model of Experiential Play Therapy and Garry Landreth’s Child-Centered model of play therapy. Both models are non-directive and work effectively with children.
Once we receive your registration you will receive an invoice via e-mail. Half of your registration fee will be due at that time to hold your place in the training and is non-refundable. The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to the date of the training.