ꕥ Join us for the Lessons From the Playroom” podcast, a series of FREE recordings heard in over 150 countries. Every other week, Lisa shares her wisdom or is joined by special guests to explore some of the little lessons kids teach us that make a big difference in the play therapy process and offer ways to transform both you and the clients that you work with. Topics range from tips and techniques for engaging clients in the initial session, to merging play, Polyvagal Theory and sensory processing, to translating the play to parents, to integrating Sandtray, attachment and trauma.
ꕥ Check out our many Playroom Blogs (93 and counting) to learn more about topics ranging from understanding Neuroception of Safety, When Touch Arises in the Playroom, Cooperative Games in Play Therapy, Sleep Issues in Kids, Setting Goals Inside the Playroom, The Brain on Shame and so much more!
ꕥ Watch some of our Playroom Videos with Lisa. These weekly short videos (67 and counting) cover an array of topics from Attuning to Clients During a State of Activation, How to Explain Implicit Memory to Parents, The #1 Things That Will Get You Off Track as a Therapist, What Emotional Intelligence Really Means, 3 Tips for Creating Great Goals, How to Respond When Children Emotionally Flood, When the Parent is in the Playroom, and so much more! Or subscribe to our YouTube Channel to access them easily from your mobile phone.
ꕥ Or register below to receive access to a 30 minute emotional flooding training video, eBooks, infographics, and so many handouts to support your journey as a play therapist.
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