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Beginner supervisors wanting a solid foundation on trauma-informed supervision.
Intermediate supervisors looking for extra tools and resources for their play therapy toolbox.
Advanced supervisors looking to better address challenges at the agency level to implement trauma-infomred supervision in the context of play therapy.
Trauma-Informed Supervision and Play Therapy is a course that covers basic concepts of trauma-informed supervision will be introduced and discusses in the context of play therapy supervision. Challenges in providing trauma-informed supervision at the agency level for play therapists will be discussed.
Objective #1 Identify the foundational principle of trauma-informed supervision of play therapists.
Objective #2 Apply these principles to the specific practice of play therapy supervision of practitioners implementing trauma-informed therapy to children and families.
Objectives #3 Identify challenges at the agency level to implementing trauma-informed supervision within the context of play therapy supervision.
Dr. Laura Tejada has partnered with Kid Matters Counseling, P.C. for the delivery & management of this course.
Kid Matters Counseling, P.C. is an Approved Provider with the Association for Play Therapy. (APT Approved Provider 18-533).
Play therapy credit available to mental health professionals only as listed in each course description. Courses that do not qualify for play therapy credit are clearly listed.
Laura Tejada, PhD, LMFT, LCPC, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, AAMFT Approved Supervisor, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counselor Education at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. She has experience as an elementary classroom teacher, K-5 school counselor, and marriage and family therapist. Areas of expertise include the practice and supervision of play therapy and family therapy with families and children in lower SES brackets, particularly in rural areas, with an emphasis on working with families who have experienced trauma.