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 one-hour pre-recorded webinar from the Lessons from the Playroom Webinar Series explores boundaries, logistics, and how play therapy looks without toys or walls.
Play Therapy in Non-Traditional Play Therapy Settings Objectives:
- Learn ideas for facilitating play in non-traditional play therapy settings
- Understand that ultimately what is needed to facilitate play in non-traditional play therapy settings is the child and the therapist, not the toys themselves
- Learn ways to create containment and boundaries for children when doing play therapy in non-traditional play therapy settings