Writing and presenting can be intimidating. Participants will be challenged to consider how to write and present play therapy case material in informative yet interesting ways, unlocking their inner Muse while abiding by ACA, APA, and NASW ethical codes.
Summarize their ethical responsibilities in reporting client information and play therapy case material for research,
publication, presentation, and teaching purposes according to ACA, APA, and NASW ethical codes.
Describe their ethical responsibilities for keeping/storing, using, reproducing, and/or adapting any work produced
in play therapy according to professional ethical codes, including obtaining and maintaining permissions to do so
Apply two ethical scholarship principles, including citing others’ work to avoid plagiarism and keeping conclusion
in context to avoid overreaching.
Phd, LPC-S, RPh, RPT-S,
Associate Dean of Counseling,
Southern New Hampshire University