Let’s Play Therapy Institute is an APT Approved Provider 20-609. This program has been approved for 3.0 APT Non-Contact CE hours. Play therapy credit may not be awarded to non-mental health professionals. Courses that do not qualify for play therapy credit are clearly listed.
Please note that the Association for Play Therapy (APT) alone holds the right to accept or deny any continuing education training at its discretion.
It is the responsibility of each professional to check with their state or national licensing board to obtain continuing education credit for this seminar. Most state and national licensing boards will approve continuing education courses which cover clinical topics, practice management skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, and stress management. It is your responsibility as the license/certificate holder to be aware of and abide by the continuing education rules and guidelines set forth by your licensing board.
This program is a 3-hour recorded training focusing on play therapy interventions for use in telehealth sessions with young children.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
To support healthy social-emotional development in young children, mental health professionals need to understand the science behind how these skills develop. This workshop will demonstrate how to use developmentally appropriate strategies for structuring telehealth sessions with young children. Participants will have an opportunity to develop creative play therapy interventions that can be used virtually to promote the development of social-emotional skills with young children 3 to 5 years old.
Please Note: This workshop will highlight/demonstrate features found in Zoom.
1) Demonstrate how to strategically create developmentally appropriate telehealth sessions.
2) Discuss the science behind social-emotional development in young children.
3) Design 2-3 creative play therapy interventions to use in telehealth sessions with young children.