The counselors at EmpathyWell have extensive experience providing training to graduate students, school counselors, professional counselors, play therapists, PTA organizations, teachers, and school administration at the local, state, national, and international levels. Custom presentations and trainings are available upon request. Contact us if you are interested in partnering with EmpathyWell for a specific training event.

Possible Presentation Topics for Mental Health Professionals
  • Introduction to Child-Centered Play Therapy
  • Advanced Child-Centered Play Therapy
  • Play Themes in Child-Centered Play Therapy
  • Ethics in Play Therapy
  • Treatment Planning in Play Therapy
  • Parent Consultations in Play Therapy
  • Collaborating with Other Providers in Play Therapy

Upcoming Trainings

Please check back soon for upcoming trainings!

Past Trainings

CCPT 102: Child-Centered Play Therapy Practice and Application
August 18-20, 2022

This is a 3-day advanced online training in the practice and application of Child-Centered Play Therapy. This intensive training will build upon basic CCPT skills by addressing advanced topics in CCPT. Content will include: understanding development, the process of CCPT (relational disruptions and enacting conditions), themes in CCPT, advanced limit setting, specific presenting problems/populations, parent consultation, advocacy/general research findings, and opportunities to apply the skills and practice! Participants must have completed CCPT 101 or equivalent as determined by the University of North Texas Center for Play Therapy. This workshop includes a supervision session and requires that each participant conduct and record a CCPT session with a child prior to the workshop.

Earn 18 Non-Contact/Live Webinar CEs!

CCPT 102: Child-Centered Play Therapy Practice and Application
June 2-4, 2022

This is a 3-day advanced online training in the practice and application of Child-Centered Play Therapy. This intensive training will build upon basic CCPT skills by addressing advanced topics in CCPT. Content will include: understanding development, the process of CCPT (relational disruptions and enacting conditions), themes in CCPT, advanced limit setting, specific presenting problems/populations, parent consultation, advocacy/general research findings, and opportunities to apply the skills and practice! Participants must have completed CCPT 101 or equivalent as determined by the University of North Texas Center for Play Therapy. This workshop includes a supervision session and requires that each participant conduct and record a CCPT session with a child prior to the workshop.

Earn 18 Contact CEs!

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