Working with Boundaries in the Playroom

Boundaries are an important element in any relationship. However, setting limits and drawing lines in the play room can feel scary.  Without understanding why and when boundaries are needed and how to set them with the brain in mind, the therapist risks shaming the child or shutting the child down completely.  This webinar explores how to work with limits in a way that benefits everyone while keeping the relationship intact.



What: A 1-hour course dedicated to leaning how to set boundaries in the playroom

Where: Watch from anywhere – A recliner? A diner? A sunny beach in the south of Nice? No boundaries apply!

When: At your convenience (with lifetime access!)

What You’ll Learn … Working with Boundaries in the Playroom Objectives: 

  • Discuss why boundaries are important in a play therapy setting and when to set them
  • Explore examples of what boundary setting looks like in the playroom
  • Discuss how to set boundaries in play therapy without causing the child to feel as though the child did something wrong

Credits: 1 APT Non-Contact CE Credit*

*Synergetic Play Therapy Institute, APT Approved Provider 09-264**
*Australian Play Therapists Association (APTA) Approved Provider
*British Columbia Play Therapy Association (BCPTA) Approved Provider

**For an understanding of which credits can be used towards your RPT or continuing education, please contact APT for the most updated requirements. Also, please note that play therapy credit may not be awarded to non-mental health professionals.

Cost: $30 (USD)

Or, if you’d like – bundle this course with any 3 additional courses and save. Get all the details here: Buy a Bundle of 4 and Save!

Instructor: Lisa Dion, LPC, RPT-S

Refund Policy: Fees are non-refundable, but are transferable to other courses. If you are dissatisfied with the course, you may request a transfer of funds to another course or book study. You will not receive CE credits for the original course you signed up for.


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