Book Study: The Story So Far: Play Therapy Narratives

$50.00

This course is a non-contact book study for Children’s Stories in Play Therapy by Ann Catanach. It is designed for those looking to increase their knowledge, skill, and application of using storytelling in play therapy. The book was written to help the reader understand the nature of a therapeutic relationship conducive to co-negotiating meaning in stories. The author draws heavily on her own experience as a play therapist who uses storytelling in play therapy and incorporates a lot of stories. She discusses storytelling as a container for children’s stories, experiences, and narratives. The author also explores the shape and power of stories.
Toward the end of the book, the author presents chapters on common themes that are present in stories. The author takes the reader through a journey of a wide variety of stories that evoke emotions in the reader. This is a rich experience for play therapists looking to explore painful feelings in stories with children so they can contain and heal their experiences.
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Non-Contact CE Credits: 5 (APT)
**This program does not qualify for continuing education credit through NBCC or BBS.**

For the purpose of Criteria Verification Forms for RPT Credentialing Applications, this training offers 3.5 hours of skills and methods and 1.5 of special topics

Fee: $50

Requirements: Purchase this exam, obtain a copy of the book (not included with the purchase of this exam), complete a 35-question assessment, and complete the evaluation.

**The required book is not included in the price of this book study.** You may purchase it separately here: Children’s Stories in Play Therapy by Ann Catanach.

This course is a self-paced online non-contact book study for

This course is a non-contact book study for Children’s Stories in Play Therapy by Ann Catanach. It is designed for those looking to increase their knowledge, skill, and application of using storytelling in play therapy. The book was written to help the reader understand the nature of a therapeutic relationship conducive to co-negotiating meaning in stories. The author draws heavily on her own experience as a play therapist who uses storytelling in play therapy and incorporates a lot of stories. She discusses storytelling as a container for children’s stories, experiences, and narratives. The author also explores the shape and power of stories.
Toward the end of the book, the author presents chapters on common themes that are present in stories. The author takes the reader through a journey of a wide variety of stories that evoke emotions in the reader. This is a rich experience for play therapists looking to explore painful feelings in stories with children so they can contain and heal their experiences.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course and quiz, participants will be able to

  1. Describe a therapeutic relationship that is conducive to using storytelling in play therapy
  2. List three aspects of creative play defined as the developmental play paradigm 
  3. Discuss how culture shapes storytelling in play therapy
  4. Explain how storytelling in play therapy can be used to create meaning
  5. Discuss how storytelling in play therapy can offer emotional distance and containment

About This Book Course
This home study is self-paced. This course requires internet access to complete the accompanying assessment and evaluation in order to receive CE credit.

Emily Keller, LLC, has been approved by APT as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, APT Approved Provider 19-581.

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