An Introduction to Play Therapy for Children Experiencing Losses

Date: 26 Apr 2012 - 27 Apr 2012

Singapore

Participants will learn the Non-Directive Approach to Play Therapy and how to create a therapeutic and safe environment in which a child can begin to flourish. Further, how to integrate aspects of play therapy into their own clinical practices.

Robert Takac is a psychologist with over 20 years of experience. He works in both public and private practice providing therapy to children, adults, and families Robert is a highly regarded trainer and provides workshops in a range of areas, particularly related to clinical work with children. Robert offers professional training and clinical supervision in Non Directive Play Therapy and teaches a 10-month course on Play Therapy. Robert also provides individual and group supervision and consultation to psychologists and other professionals.

Duration: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Venue: To be confirmed

Website: Go to event website

Brochure: Download

Fees:
Standard: $795.00 per pax
Volunteer Welfare Organisation eligible
for VCF funding - 60% pre-approved: $318.00 per pax

Go Back

*Psychology Matters Asia is not the organizer of the posted event. If you have any enquires, please direct them to the contact in the information.

Sort By:

Mental Health News

  • The hidden cause of suicide

    newsthumbPerfectionism is a bigger risk factor in suicide than is often thought, according to new research. It involves being highly self-critical, constantly ...

  • How to sit with painful emotions

    newsthumbWhen we fight the pain: judge it, try to push it away, avoid it, ignore it, it actually triggers other painful emotions, resulting in more emotional ...

  • Self-compassion trumps self-esteem for body image

    newsthumbResearchers have discovered that self-compassion can protect girls and young women from unhealthy weight-control practices and eating disorders.