I liked the described techniques in the playroom with children the most, but the rest of the described intervention was also helpful because we sometimes for...Read More
I liked the described techniques in the playroom with children the most, but the rest of the described intervention was also helpful because we sometimes forget to be emphatic with parents. Enuresis is not only the child's problem but a problem that affects the whole family.Read Less
This training seemed to come at the most opportune time as I had some client's come in for enuresis. Not only did I expand my general knowledge of enuresis b...Read More
This training seemed to come at the most opportune time as I had some client's come in for enuresis. Not only did I expand my general knowledge of enuresis but also gained insight into the neurobiology of enuresis. I highly recommend taking this course if you need some tools and strategies for how to approach enuresis with clients when they re in your playroom. I tried all the strategies with my client and the enuresis has since stopped.Read Less
I really enjoyed the presentation. The video quality was top notch and the content was well presented. I really liked how each objective was clearly presente...Read More
I really enjoyed the presentation. The video quality was top notch and the content was well presented. I really liked how each objective was clearly presented and discussed.Read Less
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Beginner play therapists wanting to know basic information on enuresis
Intermediate play therapists looking for extra tools and resources for their play therapy toolbox.
Advanced play therapists looking to better address challenges regarding enuresis
Most play therapists don’t specialize in dealing with enuresis.
However, there are many children who struggle with the shame, embarrassment, and inconvenience of diurnal or nocturnal enuresis (or both) that present for mental health services.
If you are a play therapist who is curious about causes, issues, and treatment of childhood enuresis than this 3-hour course is for you. Register Today to reserve your spot.
Objective 1 - List 3 common causes of Enuresis in Children.
Objective 2 - Identify issues that co-present with enuresis in the play therapy process.
Objective 3 - List different presentations of Enuresis that a play therapist may encounter.
Objective 4 - Discuss play therapy treatment planning for a child presenting with enuresis.
Objective 5 - Apply 3 interventions to use in play therapy treatment for Diurnal Enuresis.
Objective 6 - Apply 3 interventions to use in play therapy psychoeducation with parents to aid decreasing Nocturnal Enuresis.
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.
Susan Stutzman, LCPC, RPT, is the founder and owner of Kid Matters Counseling in Hinsdale, IL and 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 adjunct faculty at Wheaton College Graduate School, past president of the Illinois Association for Play Therapy, a mother of 3 children, and lives in Hinsdale with her husband of 14 years.