Online Play Therapy and Expressive Arts Supervision

This clinical supervision group focuses on helping mental health clinicians working with children, adolescents, and families to identify behavior and relationship patterns and identify underlying emotional issues for behavior in your clients. You’ll learn to use critical decision-making skills to determine what type of play therapy and expressive arts interventions to use and when to use them so you can develop confidence when working with parents. You’ll learn to recognize stages of treatment when using play therapy and expressive arts modalities. It’s not enough to just take trainings to learn new skills because we always know how to use the techniques to help our clients as situations arise during our therapy sessions. That’s why it’s important to have the support and feedback from experts to help guide us when learning new skills. 

The group meets twice monthly for 90 minutes using an online platform. In addition to the group meetings, participants have access to a private group room for additional support and resources between group meetings.  The maximum number of spaces is limited in order to provide an optimal learning experience for participants.  

When: Saturday mornings 9 -10:30 am Pacific Time

Cost: $65/group session

Group facilitator: Cathi Spooner, LCSW, RPT-S

For more information and to find out if this group is a good fit for you, contact Cathi Spooner