The Registered Play Therapist-Supervisors (RPT-S) plays an important role not only in the supervisory role, but also as a gatekeeper to the play therapy profession. This workshop will present and discuss the roles, responsibilities, duties, and practices of the RPT-S.
Describe an overview of the Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor's (RPT-S) role as a gatekeeper to the
Identify the responsibilities, and duties as a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (RPTS) based on ethical
guidelines and best practice standards
Identify the Registered Play Therapist Supervisor's (RPT-S) practice implications including expectations,
recommendations, and protocols in relationship to their supervisees