2012 APT Annual Conference

F5 - Playing it Straight in Supervision: Dealing with Counter-Transference Issues in Play Therapy

Oct 12, 2012 10:00am ‐ Oct 12, 2012 12:00pm

Credits: None available.

Standard: $39.00


This workshop will present content and activities focused on the complex process of supervision in play therapy by examining aspects of countertransference in the supervisory relationship. These issues may be due to client issues or relational dynamics between professionals.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify factors which make play therapy supervision a complicated process
  • Identify types of countertransference which may exist in play therapy with children
  • Identify countertransference roles they may experience as therapist and/or supervisor
  • Identify how these roles may impact the supervisory process



  • 2.00 - CE Hours/Credits

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Heather Schilling
10/16/17 11:54 pm

Question 27 does not make sense. Question 24 has 2 possible answers.

Gabriela Aguirre-Iriarte
3/21/18 4:52 pm

The presentation is really good and helpful, however I find that some of the questions in the post test were badly written or were not covered directly in the presentation.

Greta Zuck
6/6/18 10:28 pm

Useful information. Question 30 needs to be rewritten; read it closely and you'll see why. Question 27 needs revision, too. Be sure to check grammar and composition after creation of these tests!

Denise Montgomery
7/15/18 9:40 am

is there a problem with this test? I have taken it numerous times and have not passed. Is there a glitch with this program?