From a swingset to a grassy knoll, play therapy can happen outside of the playroom. Play therapy in a Pontiac? A sand tray in a sandlot? The setting doesn’t matter! Why? Because it’s the relationship between clinician and client that truly counts. This webinar explores boundaries, logistics, and how play therapy looks without toys or walls.
Play Therapy in Non-Traditional Play Therapy Settings Objectives:
- List ideas for facilitating play in non-traditional play therapy settings
- Examine how ultimately what is needed to facilitate play in non-traditional play therapy settings is the child and the therapist, not the toys themselves
- Explore ways to create containment and boundaries for children when doing play therapy in non-traditional play therapy settings