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Even the most seasoned therapists experience compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burn-out in the provision of psychotherapy, particularly with children impacted by complex trauma, multiple forms of adversity, and developmental delays. The instructor of this class, a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and Board Certified Art Therapist incorporates play and art therapy theory and technique into Françoise Mathieu’s compassion fatigue workshop model to help clinical supervisors build therapist resiliency in supervision and training, to include practical strategies that draw on knowledge of trauma-informed services, mindfulness practice, modulation of empathy, development of compassion satisfaction, and self-care.

Other Credits: 7 hours of continuing education credit

Note: This course is being offered for 7 contact hours which can be applied toward application or renewal of RPT or RPT-S credentials. The Association of Play Therapy allows this class to satisfy play therapy instruction hours or play-therapy-specific supervisor training hours. (APT CE provider # 98-046) While the Department of Psychiatry is aware of the research on the efficacy of play therapy*, it cannot specifically endorse each play therapy intervention included in each class in the play therapy certificate program. * http://www.a4pt.org/?page=Research

Course Number: PSY-40402
Credit: 0.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Play Therapy