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Helping Children Cope with Loss

Helping Children Cope with Loss: Play Therapy Approaches

Join us for an experiential workshop and expand your expertise in working with grieving children. We will review grief from a child’s perspective and engage in useful play therapy activities. Conducting a relevant and complete assessment with parents will also be covered, as well as cultural considerations.

Objectives:

After the workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Name 3 types of grief.

2. Discuss 2 differences in the ways children and adults grieve.

3. Identify 2 common needs of grieving children in each developmental stage.

4. List 4 important questions to ask parents about their child’s experience in the assessment phase of treatment.

5. Identify at least 5 elements to incorporate into the treatment plan.

6. Demonstrate at least 6 Play Therapy techniques to help children cope with loss.

6 Contact Play Therapy Credit Hours approved through the Association for Play Therapy.
APT Approved Provider 15-439

Presenters: Meg Clark Soriano, MA, LPC, ACS, RPT-S, Chrissy Juliano, LCSW, RPT and Rachel Hutnick, MA, LPC, RPT

Training location: Center for Counseling and Education of Medford

66 North Main Street
Medford, NJ 08055

Fee: $175

Dates will be posted soon!

Parking is available in the rear of the building.

To register download the Registration Form here: Loss-Seminar-Registration-Form

You may mail the completed registration form with a check to Center for Counseling and Education, 19 East Main Street, Marlton, NJ 08053

OR

Email the completed registration form to info@cfcenj.com and submit payment by credit card here:

Link to the CFCENJ Payment Portal
Please enter Workshop code – loss2019

To register: Call 609-714-8400 or email info@cfcenj.com

Questions about the training can be emailed to Meg at mcs@cfcenj.com.

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations must be received in writing (email is fine) 14 days prior to the training date to receive a refund. With advance notice, payment can be transferred to another person. Full refunds will be given if the training is canceled.