APT (Association for Play Therapy) credits available as listed in the course description are provided by Let’s Play Therapy Institute, LLC an APT Approved Provider 20-609. Play therapy credit may not be awarded to non-mental health professionals. Courses that do not qualify for play therapy credit are clearly listed.
This program is a 3-hour recorded training focusing on the therapeutic power of LEGO® in play therapy and counseling for working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Handouts are provided to follow along with the recorded training.
It is expected that you will complete the entire training and not skip over any parts of this training. There is an evaluation and post-test at the end of the training.
Please Note: Registrants have 30 days to complete a course.
If you have any questions while completing the training, you may contact us at email@example.com.
LEGO® play is universal, and LEGO® models and structures have become well-recognized not only as toy models but also as art forms. LEGO® unlocks the inner architect who craves creativity, flexibility, and transformation. LEGO® can be used as a therapeutic tool in play therapy and counseling to help strengthen relationships, provide sensory stimulation, improve social skills, and build resilience.
This workshop will explore the therapeutic power of LEGO® in play therapy and counseling for working with children, adolescents, and adults. Participants will gain an understanding of how to incorporate LEGO® into directive and non-directive play therapy interventions to engage clients, improve communication, problem-solving skills, conflict resolution skills, and increase self-esteem and well-being.
This experiential training will provide participants an opportunity to build. It is recommended that participants have available to them the following items: a LEGO® baseplate, 40-50 LEGO® bricks,* and most importantly, your imagination!
*Other building block systems may be used.
Course Content Disclosure:
LEGO® is a registered trademark of The LEGO Group. Sophia Ansari, LPCC, RPT and Josué Cardona, MS, received no compensation from The LEGO Group for this seminar.
- Describe the history and empirical rationale of LEGO® based play therapy and counseling.
- Identify 5-6 play therapy interventions to use with individuals, groups, and families.
- Utilize LEGO® in non-directive and directive play therapy.