Audio Program Tests


Earn non-contact continuing education credit by completing tests based upon the following audio programs.

  • Price includes audio presentation and CE test.


Sessions

A Brief Introduction to Child-Centered Play Therapy


Identification: AUD001

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the foundational theoretical principles of CCPT
  • List and discuss the major therapist skills of CCPT
  • Explain the major stages in the CCPT process
  • Critique criteria used in the selection of playroom equipment for CCPT

Author(s):
Standard: $30.00

Play Therapy in the Courtroom


Identification: AUD004

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze play themes and any potential videotapes for courtroom testimony
  • Discuss with the attorney the role as either expert or fact witness and know what information is needed
  • Explain my role with the child and be aware of any signs of trauma or abuse
  • Demonstrate the key points in testimony both under direct and cross examination

Author(s):
Standard: $30.00

Play Therapy Supervision: Theory and Practice


Identification: AUD005

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Predict supervisee need based on developmental and name interventions which correspond to the supervisee's need
  • Explain the issues related to diversity and privilege in supervision and practice that enhance multicultural competency
  • List play-based activities for use in clinical supervision
  • Describe and articulate the necessary conditions for creating a safe and trusting supervisory environment

Author(s):
Standard: $30.00

Portable Play Therapy


Identification: AUD006

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how to adapt play therapy models to work beyond the play therapy room, including home, school, and hospital settings
  • Analyze what play therapy materials are well-suited when working beyond the play therapy room
  • List ways to address practice issues such as confidentiality, team treatment, and documentation when working beyond the play therapy room

Author(s):
Standard: $15.00

Systemic Treatment Planning with Children and Families


Identification: AUD008

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss which clinical modalities are best suited to facilitate particular systems goals in the therapy process with children and families
  • Analyze family problems and group them into targeted systemic goals and needs that can be used to determine the most effective interventions to use
  • Apply various play therapy interventions to particular modalities of therapies used in working with children and families
  • List specific strategies and perspectives for determining when to use individual vs. relational approaches with children

Author(s):
Standard: $15.00

Basic Skills and Concepts for Play Therapy with Families and Parent-Child Dyads


Identification: AUD002

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the key concepts and therapist attitudes related to effectively conducting play therapy with families and parent-child dyads
  • List the core phases of a structured family play therapy session and apply the key skills for each phase, regardless of which actual play therapy intervention is used
  • Utilize play therapy skills to both assessment and treatment purposes with families and explain how to use different levels of play therapy "directiveness" for these applications (i.e., directive vs. non-directive)
  • Use specific play therapy and experiential interventions with families and children, integrating the key concepts and skills above while implementing them

Author(s):
Standard: $15.00

Fundamentals of Working with Children Who Have Experienced Trauma and Loss


Identification: AUD003

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe at least five behavioral/emotional effects of trauma
  • Utilize multi-model play therapy techniques with children who have experienced trauma
  • Explain issues related to using standardized measures with children who have experienced trauma
  • Demonstrate the benefits of using experiential play and art when working with children who have experienced trauma

Author(s):
Standard: $45.00

Sand Therapy: An Introduction


Identification: AUD007

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • Utilize theories and related techniques related to sand tray and sandplay therapy
  • Design case material appropriate for diverse clinical settings, specialized client needs, and multicultural concerns
  • Describe ethical principles that support appropriate uses of sand tray and sandplay and examine related competencies and training for clinicians
  • Discuss approaches to understand sand scenes including transference and countertransference in the context of differing theories

Author(s):
Standard: $37.50

The History of Play Therapy


Identification: AUD009

Credits: None available.

Learning Objectives:

  • List reasons why it is important to learn about the history of a discipline
  • Explain the historical origins of theories or models of play therapy
  • Describe the work of notable individuals in play therapy
  • Discuss major milestones in the history of play therapy and the Association for Play Therapy (APT)

Author(s):
Standard: $30.00