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Series: Play Therapy Techniques

Play therapy Supervision and Multicultural Issues

Previously Recorded

Presenter: Allan M. Gonsher, LCSW, RPT-S with Rebeca Chow, LPC, LCPC, RPT/S

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to identify multicultural issues in supervision as it relates to Play Therapy.
  2. Discussion on age, gender, countertransference, and change will be provided.
  3. The process in Play Therapy of the supervision/supervisee relationship will be discussed

This webinar offers 1 APT CE/NYS ED Self Study Credits

Supervision is a very complicated process which needs to be addressed in the field of Play Therapy. Issues related to the supervisors, and supervisee can be very sensitive. Multicultural/discussions are required. Male/female, age, length in field, experience, transference, initial impressions, are some of the factors one can/should consider when talking about multicultural challenges and Play Therapy.  This and more will be presented in this webinar by two highly talented, experienced clinicians.

 

Rebeca Chow is a bilingual Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Missouri/Kansas and a Register Play Therapist Supervisor, specializing in using play and art therapy techniques in clinical practice with children, adolescents, adults and families. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with honors from the Universidad Autonoma de Centroamerica in Costa Rica and her Masters in Counseling with an emphasis on Marriage and Family from the University of Missouri Kansas City.

Rebeca has worked in various settings including Johnson County Community College, the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault, and Mattie Rhodes Counseling Center providing outpatient psychotherapy to adults, children and families.  Rebeca is currently working as the Coordinator for the Play Therapy Certificate Program at Mid America Nazarene University.

Rebeca is actively involved in the play therapy community and served on the board of the Kansas Association for Play Therapy.  Rebeca has presented in many national and international conferences on topics related to multicultural issues, play therapy and technology; and play therapy with adults.   Also, she is the author of the first play therapy interactive book for the iPad — My Play Therapy Book

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to identify multicultural issues in supervision as it relates to Play Therapy.
  2. Discussion on age, gender, countertransference, and change will be provided.
  3. The process in Play Therapy of the supervision/supervisee relationship will be discussed

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