Professional Training Center

Bringing Oogly to the Play Room

August 12th, 2017

Place: Molly and Me Counseling Center, 2995 North Cole Road, Suite 110, Boise

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

9am – 12pm

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Have you ever needed a quick technique to have in your back pocket for an intervention that allows for both creativity and powerful healing?  Working with clay is that trick!  Come ready to dig in and get dirty with clay play.  Learn the history of Oogly and how to apply oogly to your therapeutic work with your children and families.  With this training, you will walk out with the supplies to begin inviting Oogly into your play room on Monday morning following the training.

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the history of Oogly.
2. Participants will learn to develop their own Oogly.
3. Participants will learn applications of Oogly across various populations.

COST:

Fee for registration
$75.00 for registration received prior to July 15, 2017

$85.00 for registration received July 15, 2017 and beyond

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Play Therapy: 101

September 9, 2017

Place: Molly and Me Counseling Center, 2995 North Cole Road, Suite 110, Boise

6 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

 

Description:
This training is designed for new clinicians who are interested in learning more about play therapy interventions and techniques.  Basic history and theoretical concepts specific to both directive and non-directive play therapy will be discussed. Participants will be introduced to the toys and materials needed to set up a play therapy room.  The application of play therapy to various populations and limit setting will also be explored.   Participants will have an opportunity to participate in experiential activities so come ready to play.

Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will be able to describe the theoretical foundation underlying the therapeutic use of play therapy.
2. Participants will be able to demonstrate five newly learned play therapy interventions.
5. Understand both directive and non-directive play therapy
4. Identify materials needed to set up a play therapy room

 

COST:

Fee for registration
$120.00 for registration received prior to August 1, 2017

$135.00 for registration received August 1, 2017 or beyond

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Using Pinterest in the Play Therapy Room with Children and Families

October 21, 2017

Place: Molly and Me Counseling Center, 2995 North Cole Road, Suite 110, Boise

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Description:

Don’t have an idea?  Who do you cal?  PINTEREST!  Believe it or not, there are many things on Pinterest that can guide a play therapist’s work in the play room.  Come enjoy a day of hands on learning and play to discover a quick and easy way to stir up your creativity.

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will develop an understanding fort he importance of creating personalized play therapy interventions for clients.
2. Participants will learn to develop their own therapeutic board game to us in the play room.
3. Participants will learn applications of homemade, creative play therapy techniques across various populations.

 

COST:

Fee for registration
$60.00 for registrations received prior to October 1, 2017

$70.00 for registrations received October 1, 2017 and beyond

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Introduction to Sand trays in Play Therapy

Saturday, December 9th, 2017

Time – 9am to 4pm

Place: Molly and Me Counseling Center, 2995 North Cole Road, Suite 110, Boise

6 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Description:
This training is for therapists who are new at using sandtrays in the play therapy room. You will learn a basic understanding of sandtray history and theory. You will learn the necessary materials and supplies required to set up, conduct and process a sandtray in the context of a play therapy session. This will be a experiential training process. Both directive and non-directive sand trays will be demonstrated and participants will have an opportunity to experience creating individual and group sandtrays.
Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the history and theory of using sandtrays in play therapy
2. Describe how to set up, conduct and process a sandtray as part of a play therapy session
3. Identify common themes in the sandtray process
4. Describe sandtray interventions to incorporate into play therapy with individuals, families, groups and in school settings

Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S is a licensed clinical social worker and a registered play therapist/supervisor.  She is a registered clinical supervisor through the State of Idaho.  Molly has served on the board of directors for the Idaho Play Therapy Association  since July 2008.  She served as the President from July 2009 through June 2015 and is currently serving on the board as President Elect.  She is the founder and owner of Molly and Me Counseling and Training Center.  With over 20 years of experience helping children and their families deal with issues such as trauma, attachment disorders, loss and grief, divorce, behavioral problems, depression and anxiety, Molly is dedicated to enhancing and empowering the lives of the people with whom she works. Molly provides counseling services to children, adolescents and families as well as play therapy training and supervision services.

COST:

$135.00 for registration received before November 1, 2017
$160.00 for registration received November 1, 2017 and beyond

 

CALL MOLLY AND ME COUNSELING TODAY TO REGISTER!!!!  208-576-6464

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We now have trainings in Boise, Twin Falls and Pocatello

Molly and Me Training Center is the first play therapy training center in Idaho, first established in 2007.  We are an approved provider through the Association for Play Therapy.  This means that all trainings you attend will count toward the 150 hours required for obtaining certification to become a registered play therapist.  The training center was created as an avenue for professionals to learn more about play therapy to enhance their skills when working with children.  It has become a place where not only professionals can come and learn, but parents may benefit from learning more about the powers of play.  All training sessions that are provided will not only be informative and educational, but experiential and interactive. Come prepared to learn effective play therapy techniques, which you may walk out and use with your clients the next day. But, most of all, come prepared to have fun!  Most training sessions will be provided in a small group format for optimal learning at high-quality, low rates.  Watch the schedule for upcoming trainings that may meet your needs.  Call 208-576-6464 or email Cassie@mollyandmecounseling.com with any training questions.

ABC’s of Play Therapy

6 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Description:
This training is designed for the new play therapist in an agency or private practice setting who is interested in learning more about play therapy interventions and techniques. We will cover the basic history and theoretical concepts specific to both directive and non-directive play therapy. Participants will be introduced to the toys and materials needed to set up a play therapy room. The application of play therapy to various populations, limit setting and an exploration of cultural sensitivity will also be discussed. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in experiential activities so come ready to play.

Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will be able to describe the theoretical foundation underlying the therapeutic use of play therapy.
2. Participants will be able to demonstrate the newly learned play therapy interventions.
5. Understand both directive and non-directive play therapy
4. Identify materials needed to set up a play therapy room

SIGNUP

Introduction to Sand trays in Play Therapy

6 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Description:
This training is for therapists who are new at using sand trays in the play therapy room. You will learn a basic understanding of sand tray history and theory. You will learn the necessary materials and supplies required to set up, conduct and process a sand tray in the context of a play therapy session. This will be a experiential training process. Both directive and non-directive sand trays will be demonstrated and participants will have an opportunity to experience creating individual and group sand trays.
Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the history and theory of using sand trays in play therapy
2. Describe how to set up, conduct and process a sand tray as part of a play therapy session
3. Identify common themes in the sand tray process
4. Describe sand tray interventions to incorporate into play therapy with individuals, families, groups and in school settings

SIGNUP

Using Pinterest in the Play Therapy Room with Children and Families

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will develop an understanding fort he importance of creating personalized play therapy interventions for clients.
2. Participants will learn to develop their own therapeutic board game to us in the play room.
3. Participants will learn applications of homemade, creative play therapy techniques across various populations.

SIGNUP

Bringing Oogly into the Play Therapy Room

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the history of Oogly.
2. Participants will learn to develop their own Oogly.
3. Participants will learn applications of Oogly across various populations.

SIGNUP

 Creative Interventions with school aged children

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the theoretical foundation underlying the therapeutic use of play therapy.
2. Participants will learn developmental stages of children of all ages, thus enhancing their application of appropriate play therapy interventions.
3. Participants will be able to demonstrate 10 newly learned interventions used in play therapy.

SIGNUP

Creative Interventions with school aged children 5 to 8

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the theoretical foundation underlying the therapeutic use of play therapy.
2. Participants will be able to demonstrate the newly learned play therapy interventions.
3. Participants will be able to demonstrate the integration of theory learned and the practice of play therapy, thus enhancing their effectiveness in working with children.

SIGNUP

Creative Interventions with school age children 9 to 12

3 hrs APT CE Contact Credit Hours

Presented by Molly Gratton, LCSW, RPT-S

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the theoretical foundation underlying the therapeutic use of play therapy.
2. Participants will be able to demonstrate the newly learned play therapy interventions.
3. Participants will be able to demonstrate the integration of theory learned and the practice of play therapy, thus enhancing their effectiveness in working with children.

SIGNUP

 


 

For more information or to register for these workshops please email Molly@mollyandmecounsling.com

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