There will be a $60 fee upon acceptance into the program
In the Supervision and Instruction of Play Therapy course, students learn how to make the transition from trainee to instructor. A leading expert guides participants, by means of a modified Socratic method, through exercises and compassionate communication techniques designed to train students how to help others develop the capacity to think as a play therapist. Individuals walk away with the knowledge of how to help supervisees and students develop treatment goals, devise interventions to achieve these goals, and incorporate ongoing assessment techniques into these elements.
From the 'Apply Now' button, login to your student account, complete the online application, and pay the application fee if applicable.
It is preferable that you create an account before proceeding if you have not already done so.
Candidates are encouraged to apply in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits.
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Healthcare & Behavioral Sciences. Call 858-534-9262 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the application for specific admission requirements for this program. Although a college degree or professional experience in the field are not required, applicants with such experience may receive preference for admission when program capacity is limited.
RPT and RPT-S designations: The program satisfies the Association for Play Therapy's 150 instructional-hours requirement to become a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S). Courses are also individually approved for hours toward the 150-hour requirement.
UC San Diego Extension maintains responsibility for the certificate program. See APT's website: http://www.a4pt.org for additional requirements pertaining to registration.
There will be a $60 fee upon
acceptance into the program
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