- Each group will consist of a maximum of 4 people.
- Meet once a month for 2 hours (can be longer if supervision is occurring beyond the Colorado Front Range)
- 6 month commitment
During these groups, we will:
- Go over individual cases
- Discuss legal and ethic issues in play therapy as they arise
- Learn techniques on how to deepen your work with your clients
- Learn paperwork and note-taking skills to help you keep track of your clients’ processes and understand where they are in the therapy cycle (includes actual note taking, goals, discharge summaries, etc.), if needed
- Much more…..
All of these supervision/consultation hours count towards Licensed Professional Counselor licensure and Registered Play Therapist or Registered Play Therapist Supervisor credentials. When you get supervision with a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor, you decrease the number of direct contact hours and supervision hours needed towards play therapy credentials.