Assessment and Treatment Planning
and Involving Parents in the
Play Therapy Process
Friday, September 20, 2013
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
The focus of this training will be on gathering data at intake, interviewing parents as a pretreatment
assessment, various assessment tools, putting assessment information into a treatment plan and
developing specific treatment goals for play therapy. We will explore ways to explain play therapy to
parents and we will discuss ways to manage parental resistance.
1. Learn how to interview parents and explain the process of play therapy
2. Understand the importance of assessment in treatment planning
3. Discuss and learn how to manage parental resistance to play therapy
4. Learn how to collaborate with parents as part of the play therapy process
Includes 6 APT CE direct contact credit hours
Space is limited – Early registration is recommended!
Cancellations received by September 13, 2013 are refundable, less a $25.00 administration fee.
No refunds after September 13, 2013. See our Cancellation & Refund Policy.
Sponsored by St. Louis Center for Play Therapy Training (APT Approved Provider 10-269)
Play therapy toys will be available for purchase
Location (NOTE! New training location!)
Collaborative Counseling Consultation Resources, LLC
3906 Old Hwy 94 South
Saint Charles, MO 63304 Click here for location information
For more information email@example.com or 314-681-8272
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Interviewing parents and explaining the play therapy process
Assessment and treatment planning
Lunch (on your own)
Managing parental resistance to play therapy
Collaborating with parents as part of the play therapy process
Questions and answers
|Providing Affordable Continuing Education
Opportunities for Play Therapy Credentialing
Pam Dyson, MA, LPC, RPT, is a child development expert, parenting coach,
licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor and
registered play therapist. In addition to her private practice in Ballwin,
Missouri, she teaches a graduate course in play therapy at Lindenwood
University, serves as a mental health consultant, facilitates workshops at
conferences throughout the US, and appears monthly on KMOV's "Great
Day St. Louis". Pam is the founder and director of the St. Louis Center for
Play Therapy Training.