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Jogo Behaviour Support 
Jogo Behaviour Support Ltd 
info@jogobehavioursupport.com
01604 832970

When

Saturday, November 14, 2020 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM GMT
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Cost

85.00 per person (inc. VAT)  

Where

This is an online event. 
 

 
 

Setting up and Providing Tele-Play Therapy - exploring the legal, ethical and practical issues

Live Webinar - Saturday 14th November 2020

Play Therapy Making the transition either from face to face Play Therapy to Tele-Play Therapy can seem daunting to begin with. These strange times have required us to think creatively about this.  This one day live webinar aims to provide you with knowledge and the confidence to begin the process, and to provide participants with some practical tools to make the transition.

This course (qualified Play Therapists) will explore the following:

  • The legal issues relating to Tele-Play Therapy 
  • The Ethical issues relating to Tele-Play Therapy 
  • A step by step approach to delivering Tele-Play Therapy
  • Developing proceedures and policies for delivering Tele-Play Therapy 
  • Benefits and Pitsfalls of Tele-Play Therapy
  • The Different Considerations for effective Tele-Play Therapy
  • The Therapeutic process including potential themes 
  • The importance of Therapeutic Self-Care of the Play Therapist 

Participants will go away with a vast amount of knowledge and skills to set up and run their private therapy practice.

Course Facilitator

   Sonia Murray 

Sonia Murray holds a Diploma in Social Work and is a registered Play Therapist with BAPT. She has thirty years of experience as a practitioner in the fields of child abuse, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, children’s mental health, childhood trauma, parenting programmes and Play Therapy.  Sonia trains nationally and internationally on topics related to Play Therapy, understanding behaviour, play, communicating with children, behaviour management, positive parenting.  Her work history includes employment as a childcare Social Worker, parent worker, Play Therapist in Education and Social Care and Health settings. Sonia provides consultation, supervision and training in both statutory and voluntary fields of children and young people’s services.  Sonia has also contributed to a number of publications, including The Use of Therapeutic Stories, Becoming and Being a Play Therapist, Turning Points in Play Therapy, Game Play (3rdEdition) and British Journal of Play Therapy.

Sonia has served on the Board of Directors for British Association of Play Therapists in a variety of capacities including Treasurer and chair of Business and Research sub-committees for nearly ten years. Sonia is passionate about understanding children and young people and gains so much from supporting and advising others who are wanting to develop children, young people and families’ lives.  Sonia has run a private practice since 1993.