- What about pets in the Play Room? Is it a distraction or enhancement to the therapy? A lot is being practiced in this area. A lot is being researched.
- Pets in the Play Room with children who have experienced trauma have begun to be researched. Some positive outcomes.
- When using Pets in the Play Room, are we required to have them “trained”? is there such training? Or is a “lap cat” sufficient? A lot to think about!
What are others saying about Supervision from Allan Gonsher….
“I am proud and honored to call Allan my supervisor. Allan offers support, provides meaningful feedback and is an excellent listener. Allan validates and encourages my experiences and helps me become the best therapist I can.
If you work with children…
If your looking to get depth of understanding…
If your looking to better conceptualize cases..
If your not afraid discussing transference and countertransference…”
“I have had the pleasure of being supervised by Alan for many years and I owe what I am today as a therapist to him. He guided me in looking beyond the presenting behaviors and understanding and thinking about what was actually happening in the therapy room. He was an invaluable mentor! I still quote him all the time.” -Malky
“In my search for a supervisor, I hoped to find a teacher and a guide and I am grateful to have found that working with Allan Gonsher. His comprehensive and compassion approach to working with children and their families has encouraged me to challenge myself as a clinician and as a person. The level of skill, knowledge and integrity that Allan brings to his work has been an invaluable model for my own practice. You will feel encouraged, supported, and cheered on from the moment you begin!” – Rifka Liebman, LCSW, RPT
Contact us for more information!
We have a new LIVE webinar on January 9 at 7:00-8:00 PM CST!
Aspects of Establishing a Successful Private (Play Therapy) Practice
(Non-Contact) 1 CE. Presenter: Yeshim Oz, MS, LIMHP
Therapists generally spend a great deal of time, energy, and money to become better clinicians through books, study groups, workshops, and certification trainings. Unfortunately, they tend to overlook many important aspects in private practices in the play therapy setting. In this 1-hour webinar, the presenter will share her own experience in establishing her successful private practice. The areas covered are: transitioning, referrals, caseload, supervision, play room, finances and intake.
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Our Next Live Play Therapy Webinar
- Countertransference Bundle
- Anxiety Bundle
- School Bundle
- Techniques Bundle
- Divorce Bundle
- Supervision Bundle
You Can Also Use the Coupon on Already Discounted Credits, Buy Credits Now and Use on Webinars Later! Even Next Year!
The Following Upcoming Live Webinars Are 15% off this Month! Use Coupon Code “February2019” at checkout.
The Play Therapist is Here….Now What? 3/14 12-2 CST (Dianna Green)
Children Can Heal from Trauma and Abuse and You Can Make the Difference 3/26 7-9 CST (Lisa Cowart)
Teens, Tweens, and Twenties 4/11 12-2 CST (Dianna Green)
Screening Suicide in Play Therapy Settings 4/30 7-9 CST (Lisa Cowart)
Brand Yourself and Promote Your Business in Play Therapy 5/16 12-2 CST (Emily Lewis and Chrissy Pate)
Top 3 Presenting Problems for Play Therapy 5/28 7-8 CST (Allan Gonsher)
The Beginning, Middle and Ends of Play Therapy 6/13 12-2 CST (Allan Gonsher)
10 Play Therapy Techniques 6/25 7-9 CST (Allan Gonsher)