Play Therapy Skills 

April 1 - 2, 2015

Bangkok, Thailand

Workshop Feedback


The data below is summarized from quantitative data on the Workshop Evaluation Form distributed at the end of the workshop:


The workshop provided me with helpful ideas

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%


The workshop provided me with skills/knowledge that I can use in my classroom

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%


The workshop met the outlined objectives

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%


The handouts were valuable

Agree - 100%

Disagree  - 0%


I would recommend this workshop to other teachers

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%


Registering for the workshop was easy

Agree - 100%

Disagree - 0%


Online communication prior to the workshop was good

Agree  -  94%

Disagree - 6%



Given below is a compilation of participants' response to the following query on the Workshop Evaluation Form:  

"Theory/Skills acquired from the workshop that you can use immediately"


  • Limits Managment

  • Conflicts Management

  • Using A.C.T in limit setting

  • Choice giving

  • Good things come in small packages

  • Reflective listening

  • Change in the way I talk to children

  • 1 on 1 time

  • Playroom set up skills

  • Refreshed Play Therapy skills

  • Active Listening/Being more present

  • Vocab./Sentence structures to positively have children make choices

  • Play is children's first language/use your eyes and ears

  • Behaviour Managment Strategies

  • Rapport building is most important

  • There are differences in treating kids in therapy, classroom or home

  • Constantly check on your own values and limits as these will serve as your limit setting guidelines

  • Keeping a secret is trauma to a child

  • Only enter play space when invited

  • Signs a child is working on something - good to know what to look out for while he is playing

  • Organising toys by purpose

  • 10 minutes/week for needy students

  • Autistic kids - modification