Divorce. The “D” word. The end of the marital road. A happily ever after run amok. It’s something that often gets a bad rap, especially when we think of the children stuck in the middle. But divorce, while it can be devastating to some kids, can also be a relief for others. Children’s perceptions are not all the same. This webinar explores how to support children in play therapy when they are experiencing divorce and separation.
Helping Children through Divorce and Separation in Play Therapy Objectives:
- Explore how therapists biases influence being able to support children through divorce and separation.
- Examine ways to set boundaries and create clear communication with parents while working with divorce and separation in play therapy.
- Identify signs of parental alienation and explore how to support children through it in play therapy.
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