Learn how to use play therapy to increase felt safety within a family, work with attachment anxiety within a dyad, craft coherent narratives of hard things, and help parents and children become a team to fight trauma based anxiety together.
Identify two patterns of "miscuing" that occur in dyads with less secure attachment.
Describe three Theraplay activities that can help parents and children practice more accurate cuing patterns in relationship.
Identify three play therapy techniques, grounded in expressive arts, that can help children and their caregivers create trauma narratives.
Describe two expressive arts activity that can help parents in therapy/ clinicians in supervision reflect on their own attachment history.
List three criteria to use when assessing whether or not a parent is currently a safe enough container to hold the child's trauma narrative
Describe the six co-regulation strategies encoded in the acronym SOOTHE
This training is not eligible for supervisor training hours.