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2 CE Hours & Certificate (with survey & passing quiz grade)
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Beginner play therapists wanting a solid foundation on documentation.
Intermediate play therapists looking for extra tools and resources for their documentation toolbox.
Advanced supervisors looking to better address challenges at the agency level to implement ethical documentation in the context of play therapy.
Many play therapists struggle with what is needed specifically in a child client case file. The legal understanding between what is important and what is essential often feels daunting.
Perhaps you have questioned best practices in play therapy documentation and case files or you struggle with conceptualizing the diagnosing of children or creating a treatment plan. Maybe you are just not sure about the how and what to document in each play therapy session. If you answered yes to any of these questions then this training is for you!
Take this course and leave your nagging questions on play therapy documentation behind. In this training you will be taught ethical considerations and best practices. Don’t wonder another minute if you are ethical in keeping your play therapy case files. Start the training today and find peace of mind.
Objective 1 Learn best practices in requesting and gathering initial Play Therapy Intake paperwork
Objective 2 Identify “other” paperwork (such as parenting agreements, divorce decree, HIPAA release of information, Suicide Safety Contracts etc…) that may be needed in play therapy files
Objective 3 Understand ethical considerations for diagnosing children in a Play Therapy context
Objective 4 Learn how to translate parent intake goals into clinical play therapy treatment plans
Objective 5 Learn 4 different considerations for play therapy session note outlines
Objective 6 Discuss key “do’s and don'ts” in recording and keeping and electronic communication throughout the play therapy process
Play Therapy Toolbox 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.
This course was a great refresher on some key ethical considerations. I appreciated the demo on treatment planning and progress notes the most! Thanks! I wa...Read More
This course was a great refresher on some key ethical considerations. I appreciated the demo on treatment planning and progress notes the most! Thanks! I was hoping to find some tips on how to make my note-taking process a little faster so that I'm not doing things on weekends or at home, but perhaps that's a more advanced topic for another course! The objectives presented were definitely met.Read Less
Wonderful course!Read Less
I have new insights and knowledge to apply to my play therapy documentation to ensure I am following all guidelines. This course helped me gain confidence in...Read More
I have new insights and knowledge to apply to my play therapy documentation to ensure I am following all guidelines. This course helped me gain confidence in my ability to document appropriately.Read Less
I appreciated the thoroughness of the training and the practical examples given. I also liked how the content was laid out.
I appreciated the thoroughness of the training and the practical examples given. I also liked how the content was laid out.Read Less
Susan Stutzman, LCPC, RPT-S, is the founder and owner of Kid Matters Counseling in Hinsdale, IL. Susan is the co-owner of Play Therapy Toolbox, a digital resource to help support, train, and equip the next generation of play therapists and play therapy supervisors. She is the past president of the Illinois Association for Play Therapy, a mother of 3 children, and lives in Hinsdale with her husband of 17 years.