Webinar Library

These are the archived monthly webinars made exclusively for members of the Synergetic Play Therapy community. Stay tuned – we will update this page as we develop new topics. Have questions, comments or suggestions for subjects you would like Lisa to cover? Please note them in the “Comments” section below. Thanks!

Thank you & What’s Next After Your 2-Day Training!

You did it!  You completed the 2-Day training: Synergetic Play Therapy® – A Neurobiological Approach to Using Play in Therapeutic Practice with Children! We are so grateful for you and all of the hard work you put into this experience.  On behalf of the child and the family you worked with, thank you.  It’s great to have you as part of our Synergetic Play Therapy Community!

Are you thinking about joining us in the future for the SPT Certification program and becoming a Synergetic Play Therapist? (We’d love to have you!)…

…You might find it helpful to know that a prerequisite is to take an introductory course. People often take our Online Introduction to Synergetic Play Therapy® course, which is most definitely an option for you. However, we have another option just for you – The Synergetic Play Therapy® Supplemental Course is only available to those who have already completed a two-day training with Lisa Dion – same teachings, same support in integrating what you’re learning, same experience. But the best part is, you get all of it at a much reduced cost!

It is an online course that supplements the information not received during the two-day training and involves the review of key points as well as new information aimed at providing you with the missing pieces of the SPT puzzle.

To take advantage of this one-time offer, register now for the SPT Supplemental course that starts October 25th. Find all the details and register here by October 22nd to take advantage! 

Find out what this course is all about here …

If you haven’t already, join the SPT Learning Community. All you need to do is find the above group, answer a few questions, and then we will add you.

Lessons from the Playroom Podcast:  if you haven’t yet discovered Lisa’s podcast, it’s a series of FREE 20-30-minute recordings designed to help therapists understand the little lessons kids teach us that make a big difference in the play therapy process. People all across the globe are tuning in: from Australia to Zambia, this podcast has reached over 120 countries so far. Enjoy it on your way to work, while at the office, or as you’re doing household chores. Need to fold some laundry? Throw in some learning too! New podcasts are released on a bi-weekly basis and feature topics such as selective mutism, parents, intakes, emotional flooding, sleep issues, gender identity, goals, boundaries, and more! To listen, please visit iTunes, our YouTube channel, or check out the podcast on our website

SPTI Consultation: Get ongoing consultation with one of our Senior SPT Consultants

Stay Connected with Us: Meet up with us at a conference, training or other event virtually or in-person; read our monthly newsletter or our blogs!; check out all our free short videos; or purchase some of our one-hour, two-hour, or three-hour courses and keep learning and growing with us!

For information on becoming a Registered Play Therapisthttps://www.a4pt.org/page/CredentialsHomepage

Becoming A Synergetic Play Therapy Supervisor *Renewal* – Handouts / Homework Instructions

September 14h, 2021 Live Webinar with Lisa and Khris, @ 5:00 – 6:30PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

  • Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83532804491

Becoming a Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervisor Objectives:

  • Learn the Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervisor Tenets
  • Discuss the SPT Skills Sets and the need to start with the basic skill sets
  • Explain “The Set Up” in the Supervisory relationship

We will be meeting via webinar and will begin to discuss what it means to be an SPT Therapist, along with exploring some of the basic SPT Tenets and principles through the supervisory sense.  The class continues with a video for you to watch.

Please print out the handouts for this class.

HANDOUTS: 

SPT  Supervision_Tenets_for_Synergetic_Play_Therapy

SPT Tenets for Synergetic Play Therapy®

Sample Supervision Contract

Nervous System Symptoms 

Nervous System Symptom – Spanish

Play Therapy Session Notes – Example

Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervision Reminders

Understanding Your Supervisee

Types of Reflections 

Skill Development – Level 1

Skill Development – Level 2

HOMEWORK:

  • Collapsing Your Fears of Being an SPT Supervisor exercise (Watch Part 2 Video below, for Instructions.)
  • Take Notes on Part 2 Video.
    • Due October 15th, 2021. Please email your completed Collapsing Your Fear assignment and a picture or copy of your class notes from video part 2 to khrisrolfe@gmail.com
  • Submit CE hours Form
    • Submit by May 31st OF your renewal year.

 

Becoming A Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervisor – September 14th,  Live Class RECORDING:

If you missed the live class please review the recording below.

Password:

 

 

Becoming A Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervisor General Theory Class Part 2: The video below is the second part of your Becoming an SPT Supervisor General Theory class.  If you missed the live portion of this class, above is the recording for review.

Password: generaltheory

 

 

 

January 2022 – June 2022 Introduction to Synergetic Play Therapy® Class 6: Sand, Art & Aggression in Synergetic Play Therapy®

This lesson covers the sixth and final class for the Online Intro to SPT course. Please note that you will lose access to all of the the Online Intro to SPT video content on January 31st, 2022; so if you would like to review any videos you have two months to do so.

If you haven’t already please fill out a final quick Survey to give feedback to the Institute and your consultant.  The survey is anonymous, so you can be as honest as you would like to be!

Class 6 Objectives: Sand, Art & Aggression in Synergetic Play Therapy®

  • Explain how to use regulation as a way to help integrate aggressive energy in the playroom
  • Describe how to facilitate the use of sand from a Synergetic Play Therapy® perspective in the playroom
  • Explain how to facilitate the use of art from a Synergetic Play Therapy® perspective in the playroom
  • Explain the concept of flooding in the playroom for both you and the child and list ways to create a neuroception of safety

Click on your handout below:

Once you complete the video, you’ll be required to take a quiz and rate the provided objectives. Once you answer 80% or more of the questions correctly, you’ll be able to print out a Certificate for CE Credit with your name on it. You must complete webinar 1 and quiz, class 1 and quiz, class 2 and quiz, class 3 and quiz, webinar 2 and quiz, class 4 and quiz, class 5 and quiz, and webinar 3 and quiz before this lesson. Also, remember to print or download a copy of your Certificate as it does not save on the learn platform.

Please use password ” aggression ” to access video.

Congratulations on completing the course! … And STAY CONNECTED & GROW WITH US!!

What’s Next … Stay Connected & Grow With Us!

You’re almost finished and you might be wondering what’s next! … 

Become Certified as a Synergetic Play Therapist… 

Are you ready to take your Synergetic Play Therapy® skills to the next level?  Are you ready to expand your understanding of interpersonal neurobiology and take your ability to help a child heal to a whole new realm of possibility? Are you ready to dive deeper into the Synergetic Play Therapy® process as you learn how to embrace yourself, discover your magnificence, and tap into a higher state of authenticity?

Your personal invitation …

For information and requirements on how to become a Certified Synergetic Play Therapist please review the following handout: Becoming A Synergetic Play Therapist®

“The very act of being an SPT therapist provides endless practice in congruence, authenticity, attunement, and nervous system regulation. It’s an ongoing practice, a way of being that improves my life every day.” – Jody Catlow, MA, NLC

“This experience was life changing. It not only renewed my vigor for work with children, changed my perspective of what was possible during the play therapy process, but changed the way I viewed the world and my relationship with others.” – Jessica Kimak, LCSW

“The SPT advanced class has been a truly transformative experience! Lisa created so much safety to fully be myself as she guided my process of learning and growth. Through this class, I have been able to integrate my experience and shift perceptions, which has allowed me to be more present with my clients.” – Kim Buller, LCSW, RPT-S

If you haven’t already, join the SPT Learning Community. All you need to do is find the above group, answer a few questions, and then we will add you.

Lessons from the Playroom Podcast:  if you haven’t yet discovered Lisa’s podcast, it’s a series of FREE 20-30-minute recordings designed to help therapists understand the little lessons kids teach us that make a big difference in the play therapy process. People all across the globe are tuning in: from Australia to Zambia, this podcast has reached over 120 countries so far. Enjoy it on your way to work, while at the office, or as you’re doing household chores. Need to fold some laundry? Throw in some learning too! New podcasts are released on a bi-weekly basis and feature topics such as selective mutism, parents, intakes, emotional flooding, sleep issues, gender identity, goals, boundaries, and more! To listen, please visit iTunes, our YouTube channel, or check out the podcast on our website

SPTI Consultation: Get ongoing consultation with one of our Senior SPT Consultants

Stay Connected with Us: Meet up with us at a conference, training or other event virtually or in-person; read our monthly newsletter or our blogs!; check out all our free short videos; or purchase some of our one-hour, two-hour, or three-hour courses and keep learning and growing with us!

For information on becoming a Registered Play Therapisthttps://www.a4pt.org/page/CredentialsHomepage

Online Intro Course Agreements January 2022 – June 2022

Please click on the blue words, “Online Intro Course Agreements”  under “Quizzes” below to answer a few short questions, then you will be able to proceed to the Online Introduction to Synergetic Play Therapy® course.

Thank you.

 

Synergetic Play Therapy® 2-Day Training: A Neurobiological Approach to Using Play in Therapeutic Practice with Children: HANDOUTS

TOPICS: 
  • Day 1: Understanding Nervous System Regulation & Becoming the External Regulator
    • (September 13th, 8:30am – 3:30pm MST)
  • Day 2: Boundaries and Emotional Flooding & Working with Aggression and Intensity
    • (September 15th, 8:30am – 3:30pm MST)

HANDOUTS: 

Please have these handouts available throughout your entire training. You may download them to your electronic device or print them prior to your training.

Becoming A Synergetic Play Therapy Supervisor – Integration and Goodbye – April 25th, 2022

April 25th, 2022 @ 5:00 – 6:00PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

  • Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83532804491

 

Running A Group Supervision – Live Webinar with Lisa

February 28th, 2022: LIVE Webinar with Lisa Dion – Running Group Supervision, 5-6:00 pm, (MDT) 
During this webinar, Lisa will support you in learning how to apply SPT Supervision Theory to groups. Group dynamics and group challenges will be explored.

Objectives: 

  • Apply SPT Supervisor Theory to group supervision
  • Discuss ways to support the group when challenging group dynamics arise
  • Explore how to become a supervision group’s external regulator

 

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 6 – March 2022

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 6

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 5 – February 2022

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 5

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 4 – January 2022

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 4

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 3 – December 2021

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 3

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 2 – November 2021

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 2

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review: Month 1 – October 2021

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, supervisors-in-training will explore common supervision issues. You will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. This will be a recorded video to watch each month on your own.

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is  Synergetic)

Month 1

Synergetic Play Therapy® Supervisor Consultation – Recordings

October 20th, 2021 Recording: 

 

November 17th, 2021 Recording: 

 

January 12th, 2022 Recording: 

 

February 23rd, 2022 Recording:

 

April 6th, 2022 Recording:

 

May 4th, 2022 Recording: 

 

June 15th, 2022 Recording: 

 

August 10th, 2022 Recording: 

Lesson

Becoming an SPT Supervisor Course Quiz / Rate the Objectives and Give Feedback

This is the final step to obtaining your Becoming an SPT Supervisor certificate with CE credits listed.

You will be asked to rate the following objectives and take a 24 question quiz. We’d also love it if you gave us feedback on your experience of the course.

Please proceed to the quiz to continue.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: 

Becoming a Synergetic Play Therapy Supervisor Objectives:

Becoming a Synergetic Play Therapy Supervisor- General Theory ( 4 Non-Contact Credits)

  • Learn the Synergetic Play Therapy Supervisor Tenets
  • Discuss the SPT Skills Sets and the need to start with the basic skill sets
  • Explain “The Set Up” in the Supervisory relationship

Application of Synergetic Play Therapy Principles through a Supervisory Lens  (4 Non-Contact Credits)

  • Write your strengths and areas of growth as a supervisor through self video observation and self analysis
  • Analyze the Tenets of Synergetic Play Therapy Supervision through written analysis

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision Course – Groups (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Analyze various clinical issues that arise and ways to support the supervisees’ growth and learning
  • Discuss the importance of making sure supervisees are working on basic play therapy skills first
  • Learn various ways to understand where the supervisee is at in their therapeutic development and the importance of working with them where they are at in their stage of development

Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision- Group Supervision with Khris 2021 – 2022

We will be meeting via monthly webinar as a group (with the exception of December and you will meet with me individually during this month). These groups are designed to support each other on your journey with your supervisees and to help integrate and deepen what you are learning in the course. We will also analyze various clinical issues or challenges that arise in the work with your supervisees and look at ways to support their growth and learning.

Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision Course Objectives – Groups (7 Non-Contact Credits)

  • Analyze various clinical issues that arise and ways to support the supervisees’ growth and learning
  • Discuss the importance of making sure supervisees are working on basic play therapy skills first
  • Learn various ways to understand where the supervisee is at in their therapeutic development and the importance of working with them where they are at in their stage of development

Zoom Link:

  • Join via zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/7325745948

Handout: 

Skill Development Sheet for Supervisors 

Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision Groups 

  • October 18th: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MDT)
  • November 15th: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MST)
  • December, 2021: Individual supervision with Khristine Rolfe. (No Group Class this month.)
  • January 24th, 2022: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MST) 
  • February 21st, 2022: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MST)
  • March 14th, 2022: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MST) 
  • April 11th, 2022: Clinical Issues in SPT Supervision – Group with Khristine Rolfe, 5-6:00pm (MST) 

Reminder that this is an experiential course allowing supervisors-in-training to gain supervisory experience while receiving group support.

 

 

 

 

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – Video Review Class

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee Objectives: (6 Non Contact Credits)

  • Apply the use of video in the supervision process
  • Critique various therapists’ struggles in the play therapy process presented through video observation and ways to support their growth
  • Discuss the importance of identifying one key skill the supervisee can be working on and the importance of communicating in the supervisee’s goals and values.

How to Supervise an SPT Supervisee – 6 hours of video watching/1 hour a month.

Through the watching of recorded session videos and discussion, you will learn techniques and skills focused on helping you navigate the supervisory relationship and challenges that arise in the playroom. Each video includes Lisa teaching you and guiding you.  Please take notes while you watch. 

*****Please scan or take a photo of the notes you take while watching these videos and upload into your homework folder*****

(Password for all videos is Synergetic)

Intro Video –

Lisa introduces this lesson of How to Supervisee a Supervisee and gives tips and ideas for how to make the most of this learning. You will notice one to two videos each month, one is the video that includes Lisa’s teaching clips throughout the edited video session(s). There are also video links that includes the full unedited session(s). You are encouraged to watch these full sessions to get the complete sense and feel of the session.

October: Month 1 –

How to Supervise a Supervisee:  There are two different sessions with the same supervisee who was new to providing play therapy in this video. As you watch the video, Lisa guides you to notice what comes up in you and why it is important for us to be aware of our own activation and to be the external regulator for your supervisees. Notice and track the set-up as well as the statements/reflections/questions the supervisee is using. Create starting points for this supervisee. Use this video to reflect on how you would supervisee this particular supervisee and how you would determine the focus of your support.

November: Month 2 –

This month’s video includes two sessions with two different supervisees, both new to SPT, one new to play therapy. Focus is on nervous system activation and noticing your own activation when supervising. Get curious about your ways of regulating. Notice the strengths of each supervisee and reflect on what is the “one thing” you would be focusing on with these supervisees, and get curious about how and why we would “teach” a skill to a supervisee.

December: Month 3 – 

This video includes one supervisee who is also new to SPT and play therapy in two different session. Focus is on boundaries, window of tolerance, emotional flooding, and congruent affect. We will reflect more on when to “teach” and when to “hold space” for your supervisee’s learning. We also look at how and when to bring in SPT concepts for supervisees’ who have no SPT training.

January: Month 4 –

This video includes one part of a session with a supervisee that you will be guided to go “back to the beginning” and reflect on how to start with a new supervisee, including assessing values, setting goals and all of the practical and legal logistics of working with a supervisee. Hold the SPT Supervisor Tenets in mind to guide your reflections around this supervisee.

February: Month 5 –

This video includes watching a new supervisee with a client in their first and second sessions. Continue to reflect and notice your own nervous system activation, window of tolerance and the need for us to be the external regulator. Reminders to notice the set-up and the starting points/what you would love to see. Reflect on how to support the supervisee’s goals along with what is the “one thing” to focus with this supervisee.

March: Month 6

This video has two distinct parts to it. The first is a segment of a therapist who was previously trained and oriented in Child Centered Therapy and we will reflect on how to supervise someone who is trained in a different modality and how you would bridge SPT principles with that modality. The second part is a role play with Lisa and Khris in which various potential scenarios between a supervisor and supervisee are played out to help deepen and integrate concepts as well as to expand our knowledge around how to handle “tricky” situations with supervisees.

 

Independent Study 2021 – 2022

Independent Study – Application of Synergetic Play Therapy Principles through a Supervisory Lens:  (4 Non-Contact Credits)

  • Write your strengths and areas of growth as a supervisor through self video observation and self analysis
  • Analyze the Tenets of Synergetic Play Therapy Supervision through written analysis

This part of the course is designed to facilitate your understanding of the finer details of SPT application, so that you can support your supervisees through their client cases. In this independent study, you will be required to:

  • Submit a 2 page paper describing your understanding of each of the SPT Supervisor Tenets
  • Watch and analyze 30 min. from 4 of your own recorded supervision sessions
  • Meet with Khris for one hour to review two 15 min. segments from own recorded sessions and complete Supervisor Skill Sheet Evaluation (this will occur early December or January).
  • Read Aggression in Play Therapy, and complete test if you were certified before 2019.
  • Upload your homework assignment: Collapsing Your Fears of Being an SPT Supervisor.

******Please upload them to your google homework folder link.

You will audio or video record four 30 min supervision sessions.  You will watch each of them and answer the following questions for each recording to be submitted by the last group.

1.  What are my strengths as a supervisor?

2.  What SPT Supervisor skills did I display?

3.  What was The Set Up?

4.  What could I have done differently or added in?

5.  How well did I model regulation/attaching to self?

6.  What questions do I have about being a supervisor did this session bring up?

******Please upload them to your google homework folder link.

 

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Upcoming 2019 dates:

February 11th at 10:00 AM MST: When Parents Don’t Have the Same Values as Children
March 4th at 11:00 AM MST: Working with Cutting and Suicidal Ideation
April 15th at 11:00 AM MDT: Managing Roles and Boundaries with Blended Families
May 14th at 10:00 AM MDT: Understanding Addictions
June 18th – video release: Play a Larger Game in Life-Owning Traits of the Greats
July 23rd at 10:00 AM MDT: Gifted Kids and Anxiety
Aug 13th – video release: Understanding Grief and Loss
September 10th at 10:00 AM MDT: OCD and Perfectionism
October 15th at 10:00 AM MDT: SPT and Adults
November 5th at 10:00 AM MDT: Exploring the Physics Behind SPT

IF ASKED FOR PASSWORD PLEASE USE: Synergetic.

When Parents Don’t Have the Same Values as Children

Watch the Archived Webinar (February 11, 2019)

SPT and Carl Rogers

Watch the Archived Webinar (December 10, 2018)

Therapeutic Powers of Play

Watch the Archived Webinar (November 5, 2018)

Primary Feedback Systems

Watch the Archived Webinar (October 15, 2018)

The Still Face Experiment in the Playroom

Watch the Archived Webinar (September 10, 2018)

Dual Attention in the Playroom

Watch the Archived Webinar (August 13, 2018)

Understanding Interoception

Watch the Archived Webinar (June 18, 2018)

Helping Children and Families Through Tragedy

Watch the Archived Webinar (May 14, 2018)

Owning Admired Traits

Watch the Archived Webinar (April 16, 2018)

Owning the Mirror

Watch the Archived Webinar (March 19, 2018)

What is Compassion Fatigue

Watch the Archived Webinar (February 19, 2018)

Boxing Ring Child

Watch the Archived Webinar (December 4, 2017)

Working with the Dorsal Child: Creating a Neuroception of Safety

Watch the Archived Webinar (January 23, 2017)

Translating the Play to Parents and Charting the Curve Part 2

Watch the Archived webinar (April 3rd, 2017)

Working with our own Fears

Watch the Archived webinar (July 10, 2017)

Boredom in the Playroom

Watch the Archived Webinar (October 9, 2017)

Working with Children on the Spectrum

Watch the Archived webinar (February 6, 2017)

The Child that Rescues

Watch the Archived Webinar (May 1st, 2017)

When and How to Challenge a Child

Watch the Archived Webinar (August 21, 2017)

Flooding and Containment

Watch the Archived Webinar (November 6, 2017)

Translating the Play to Parents and Charting the Curve

Watch the Archived Webinar (March 6th, 2017)

Live Consultation-Bring a question!

Watch the Archived webinar (June 12th, 2017)

Understanding Anxiety and Depression

Watch the Archived Webinar (September 11, 2017)

Additional Resources