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Play Therapy Ethics: Making it Make Sense

  • 14 Sep 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Childhelp, 2120 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004


  • Live-Streaming Option - instructions to join will be emailed separately before the training.
  • Live-streaming option. Instructions on how to join will be emailed before the training.

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Play Therapy Ethics: Making it Make Sense

Presented by Juliet Fortino, MC, LPC, RPT-S

This training will present ethical and boundary challenges within the play therapy experience. Participants will explore the current code of ethics and how this impacts play therapy practices across the state. Come find out the answers to your questions about ethics and play therapy.

Learning Objectives: 

Participants will be able to: 

1. Describe the current code of ethics and the impact this has on play therapy sessions.

2. Discuss common ethical dilemmas when working with children in a play therapy setting.

3. Explain how technology impacts play therapy practices and the ethical issues this may bring to sessions.

4. Demonstrate a practical model for ethical decision-making.

5. Apply Play Therapy Best Practices.

Level of training: Foundational

3 CEs toward the Techniques/Methods Content Requirement

About our presenter: Juliet Fortino, MC, LPC, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor works with Children and Families involved with CPS and the various child mental health agencies in the Tucson community in a private practice setting. She has 19 years of experience working with child trauma, abuse, attachment and play therapy. She currently uses play therapy in individual and family therapy to help children heal from their previous traumas. She has extensive experience working with children of all ages, including the 0-5 age group. She speaks locally and nationally on a variety of topics and currently serves as the President of the Arizona Association for Play Therapy. Juliet achieved her Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor credentials in 2006. In addition, Juliet is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She is the current president of the Arizona Association for Play Therapy. She also sits on several committees for the Association for Play Therapy.

AZAPT Members $45

NonMembers $55

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. APT Approved Provider 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.

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