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NEFESH & NEXT CHAPTER Professional Development

Series: Play Therapy Techniques

Truth or An Exaggeration:
A Play Therapy Case Study

Previously Recorded

Presenter: Dr. Pamela Siller

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Explore the effects of trauma on a young child in play therapy
  2. Learn to better evaluate a reported suicide attempt in a young child in play therapy
  3. Understand the roles of the systems in foster care and the legal aspects in play therapy
Resources for further study:

This webinar offers 1 APT CE/NYS ED Self Study Credits

This is a case study of a four year old in foster care who reported to have made a suicide attempt. Doctor Siller will discuss and conceptualize the issues that the child, the foster care parents, and the system needed to address. In this play therapy webinar a collective team approach will be discussed. Understanding what a clinician could/should do for the four year old will be analyzed. All of this is from the perspective of a child and adolescent psychiatrist.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Explore the effects of trauma on a young child in play therapy
  2. Learn to better evaluate a reported suicide attempt in a young child in play therapy
  3. Understand the roles of the systems in foster care and the legal aspects in play therapy
Resources for further study:

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CEs are offered through:
  • Kids Inc. (APT Approved Provider 10-275) is approved by the Association for Play Therapy to offer Continuing education specific to play therapy
  • Nefesh International is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board FOR Social WORK AS an approved provider of continuing education FOR licensed social workers #0048