Yoga and Play Therapy: Building the Bridge

As play therapists, we are often searching for ways to help our clients regulate their emotions and body. This webinar explores how therapists can use yoga to increase their ability to connect with themselves and their clients while facilitating the regulation of emotions and body during play therapy sessions.

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What: A 1-hour course that explores how therapists can use yoga to increase their ability to connect with themselves and their clients while facilitating the regulation of emotions and body during play therapy sessions.

Where: Watch from anywhere! … at home, in your meditation room, or on the mat.

When: At your leisure (you’ll have lifetime access!)

What You’ll Learn … Yoga and Play Therapy Objectives:

  • Participants will learn what yoga is and how a yoga practice builds key therapeutic skills in play therapy
  • Participants will evaluate body postures (asanas) that emerge in play therapy for both the child and therapist
  • Participants will explore how a variety of body postures (asanas) are tools for identifying emotions, regulating, and integrating trauma in play therapy

Credits: 1 APT Non-Contact CE Credit*

*Synergetic Play Therapy Institute, APT Approved Provider 09-264.  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: $25 (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

Audio, Webinar and Video 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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