March 14, 2021

9am-Noon MT 

COVID-19 planning & precautions in the Play Therapy Setting

Presenter: Robyn D Rausch, LPC (TX), LPCC (NM), RPT


ONLINE/Link sent Prior to Training

Due to COVID-19 health concerns, this one-time online event has been approved by APT for 3 CONTACT CE Hours.

A 3-hour training designed to give clinicians strategies for keeping the playroom clean and safe according to CDC guidelines and more clinical applications to go above and beyond the minimum recommendations of the CDC. The training goes on to cover language and reframing strategies to help integrate these changes into the play therapy room without creating excess anxiety and while reinforcing the safe space necessary for therapeutic progress.

Learning Objectives: 

Clinicians will be able to identify 5 strategies for keeping the play therapy room safe and clean.

Clinicians will identify specific language for introducing COVID related changes to both old and new clients in a way that supports that safety and freedom of the play therapy setting.

Clinicians will be able to verbalize their level of comfort and boundaries around COVID safety in play therapy enabling self-care and best practices.

Clinicians will practice reflecting on potential discomfort client’s experience with the COVID changes and limit setting specific to the changes.