“Although I have been utilizing mindfulness for years in the therapy room, this training opened my eyes to the opportunities and benefits that I was overlooking. I am able to more intentionally track the content AND processes occurring in session, leading to more richness and depth in the work.” -Dr. Alana Roth
Neuroscience is revealing that mindfulness is a key component for integration, so what is it, what is it not and how to incorporate it into the playroom are important questions to consider as a play therapist. If you are curious about understanding mindfulness and developing a more mindful approach to your work, join Lisa Dion in an interactive workshop on becoming a mindful play therapist.
In this course, you will explore some of the neuroscience behind mindfulness as you learn how to cultivate it within yourself and within your child clients. You will also learn the importance of bringing mindfulness into the playroom as a way to avoid compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout. This course is applicable to all play therapy theories.
This course helps play therapists to:
- Connect mindfulness and trauma integration
- Reduce compassion fatigue
- Help children cultivate mindfulness
- Understand the neuroscience behind cultivating mindfulness
See course details below. For a list of all available products, please go here.