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Play Therapy Basics & Beyond
World of Divorce

Tuesday
Nov012016

The Complex Ethical World of Child Therapy

Presented by Pamela Crow, LCSW and Patricia Albrecht, Psy.D.

December 3, 2016

9:00 to 4:30

Portland, Oregon

 

Westminster Presbyterian Church

1624 NE Hancock Street

 

$100 early

$80 for ORAPT members and students

$120 after 11/26/16

6 CEUs – NASW, LPC, and LMFT Credit

Co-Sponsored by the Oregon Association of Play Therapy (APT approved provider 99-054)

Who Should Attend: Psychologists, Social Workers, Play Therapists, Family Therapists, Counselors, and School Psychologists.  APT approved provider #99-054

 

Objectives: Join us for a day exploring the complicated ethical issues unique to play therapy work with children, adolescents and families.  We will be looking at general issues such as the structure of treatment, who is the client, and working with outside sources.  We will delve into the ethical issues that often arise in working with play therapy, divorce, foster children, and allegations of abuse.  We will end with time for discussion and understanding the critical need for self-care and self-awareness in this work. 

 

To Register: www.planetReg.com/DecEthics

 

Presenters: Pam Crow and Patti Albrecht are seasoned clinicians, each with over 30 years of clinical experience specializing in working with children and families.  Pam Crow is a nationally known expert in child trauma, is one of the first forensic interviewers at CARES NW, and maintains a private practice.  Ms. Crow’s trainings have included child/play therapy, trauma work, sand tray therapy, and vicarious trauma. Dr. Albrecht has worked in community mental health, psychiatric units, residential treatment and private practice. Her trainings have included work with foster children, play therapy, clinical work with toddlers, parent-child evaluations, filial therapy, and parent consultation.

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