Play Therapy: Adlerian Style – An Introduction to Adlerian Play Therapy
Presented by Dana Holtz, CPC, RPT-S
Adlerian Play Therapy, founded by Terry Kottman, integrates the concepts and techniques of Adlerian Therapy into the world of play therapy. The workshop describes the foundations of Adlerian Play Therapy as well as the four stages of building a relationship, exploring lifestyle, gaining insight, and re-educating/re-orienting. The concepts of the Crucial C's and Personality Priorities as it relates to Adlerian Play Therapy will also be discussed. The workshop also includes the teaching of a minimum of five (5) Adlerian based play therapy techniques to utilize in the playroom. A case example of Adlerian Play Therapy being used in the playroom will be shared.
Participants will be able to:
1. Explain the basic foundation of Adlerian Play Therapy.
2. Identify and discuss the four phases of Adlerian Play Therapy.
3. Demonstrate knowledge and practice of the Crucial C's when conceptualizing a client through the lens of Adlerian Play Therapy.
4. Demonstrate knowledge and use of the Crucial C's when conceptualizing a client through the lens of Adlerian Play Therapy.
5. Utilize a minimum of five (5) Adlerian Play Therapy based play therapy techniques in the playroom.
Level of training: Foundational
3 CEs toward the Techniques/Methods Content Requirement
About our presenter: Dana Holtz is a School Psychologist and holds an Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology and is a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. With over 20 years of experience working with children and adolescents in a variety of settings, play therapy remains her passion. She is a past president of the Southern Arizona Association for Play Therapy (SAZAPT).
AZAPT Members $45
Check in at the door begins at 8:45 a.m.
AZAPT is approved by the Association for Play Therapy to offer continuing education specific to Play Therapy. Our provider number is 97-035. AZAPT maintains responsibility for the program. Registrants understand and agree that any photograph, video or audio recording of themselves may be used to further promote the Annual Conference or AZAPT.