2018 APT Annual Conference

Su-3 - Utilizing Neurobiologically-Informed Play Therapy to Address the Complex Trauma of Bullying

Oct 7, 2018 9:00am ‐ Oct 7, 2018 4:00pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $99.00

Description

Bullying is overt/covert, and repetitive. As such, bullying should be conceptualized as complex, developmental trauma and be addressed with Neurobiologically-Informed Play Therapy that includes: Building on the safety and security of caregivers and community, Being developmentally sensitive, Addressing affective-behavioral dysregulation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe what is meant by "neurobiologically--informed play therapy"
  • Describe the characteristics of complex and/or developmental trauma and be able to identify the neurobiological changes associated with complex trauma (viz., bullying)
  • List the major the components of evidence based, relationally--focused, play therapy treatments and incorporate aspects of these treatments into their play therapy practice
  • Assess the level and type of complex trauma caused by varying durations of bullying
  • Determine the play therapy course of action (frequency & length), based on assessment results, to address the complex trauma
  • Develop play therapy treatment plans that address the issues arising from bullying.

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Credits

  • 6.00 - CE Hours/Credits

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