Play Therapy Skills
(during COVID-19 times)
October 17, 2020
90 minutes interactive webinar
15.00 - 16.30 (Thailand Time)
Check the time in Your Time Zone
(register by October 9, 2020)
USD 75 (Baht 2,400) per participant
Group of 5 or more
USD 65 (Baht 2,080) per participant
Dr. Suzi Kagan
Unknown and rapid changes in children's lives affect their emotional state. Some may show it through behavioral changes while others may show academic difficulties. Preschoolers and elementary students can use toys to address their thoughts, experience and feelings. They can play in the classroom setting while the teacher or school counselor is there to listen.
Basic play therapy skills
Toys needed in the classrooms during epidemic time
Special play time with children having behavioral issues
This hands-on webinar will equip its participants with knowledge and skills to answer the following:
Name 3 behavioral changes that shows a child needs help
What are the crucial toys to have in your classroom (list 10 of them)
How will you react if the child is refusing to play or to leave the playroom?
Participants will get a chance to practice what they are learning in small groups (online break-out rooms)
Post workshop handouts/resources
Head of the Play Psychotherapy School- Israel
Founder of the Israeli Association for Play Therapy
The Founder and Instructor of the Child-Life Specialist- Israel
Dr. Suzi Kagan is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Registered Play Therapist (RPT). She is currently Head of Play Therapy and Child's Life Specialist program at Play Psychotherapy school in Israel . Dr. Kagan graduated from the University of North Texas.
She is founder of the Israeli Association for Play Therapy, and the founder of the "Israeli Humanitarian Emergency Play Unit (699 Play)". Dr. Kagan consults and lectures around the world to universities, educational institutions, and the general public as well as to executive corporations.
Sonthaya Chutisacha (Sandy)