Short videos to support therapists in the playroom and on the journey …. 

Understanding “The Set Up”/Offering in SPT

How Countertransference IS the Therapeutic Landscape

What is Authenticity Really?

Turn Your Sand Tray Into A Regulation Device

2 Steps to Setting a Boundary in the Playroom

How to Deal with Aggression in the Playroom

How Co-Regulation Changes Templates

Attunement in Play Therapy

What Being Resilient Really Means

Creating a Space that Supports Regulation

Using the Bop Bag In Play Therapy

Attuning to Clients During a State of Activation

When Shame Shows Up in the Playroom

Why Ruptures Are Important in Play Therapy

Things to Consider When Working with Siblings

The Beauty of Broken Toys in the Playroom

How to Respond When a Child Emotionally Floods

3 Tips for Creating Goals in Play Therapy

Maintaining Realistic Expectations for Client Progress

2 Tips for a Successful Intake Session

When the Parent is in the Playroom

Empowering Parents in the Play Therapy Process

Supporting Foster & Adoptive Parents

How to Explain Implicit Memory to Parents/Caregivers

Things to Consider When Working with Siblings

2 Tips When Working with Twins in Play Therapy

When a Child Wants to Leave the Therapy Session Early

When a Child Doesn’t Play in the Playroom

When A Child Client Won’t Let You Speak, Move or Breath

When a Child Presents as “Perfect” in the Playroom

Why No Parent/Caregiver is Resistant

When a Child Refuses to go to School

What To Do When Our Clients Ask Us Personal Questions

Making The Play Therapy Process Your Own

When You’re Feeling Lost in the Play Therapy Process

When You Feel Like You’re in the “Boxing Ring” Too

Preparing Parents for their Child’s Therapy Experience

The #1 Thing That Will Get You Off Track

Helping Kids Open Up in Teletherapy

Tips for Overcoming Teletherapy Fatigue

When Compassion Fatigue Shows Up in the Playroom

How SPT Is Both Directive & Non-Directive

What Does “Synergetic” Even Mean?