9AM- 12:30 PM / Parent Interviews: Full Interview Guide Provided
· Initial Session for ages 4-10
· Initial Session for adolescents
The Assessment Process
· Building rapport
· Maintaining rapport while obtaining a comprehensive clinical assessment
· Useof assessment tools such as child friendly surveys
· Basic implementation of art therapy assessment
· Preparing for and facilitating a parent session during which parents learn the results of your evaluation.
· Formulating a case conceptualization
· Collaboratively setting goals with parents
· Agreeing on a reasonable treatment plan
9AM- 12:30 PM
· Using basic art and play therapy techniques (limited equipment required)
· Coping with expectations of parents; learning to address those expectations using effective techniques
· Including parents in therapy process
1 PM-4 PM
· Explaining the CBT model to children
· Learning an evidence based treatment plan for implementing CBT skills in child sessions
Review of Skills:
· Question and Answer
· Case Presentations
Description of the teaching methods to be used:
Each session includes a lecture portion, case presentations, and a question/answer discussion. In addition, role-play is used to demonstrate clinical techniques. Participants break into small groups during the training process in order to practice the techniques. During the art and play therapy session (Session 3), participants use mediums such as crayon, paint, or colored pencils and engage in experiential drawing activities. Participants receive printed power point slides for each portion of the training. They also receive handouts of relevant resources.
The learning objectives of the course/educational activity:
· Participants will gain information about maintaining client rapport while obtaining a comprehensive clinical assessment
· Participants will be able to use assessment tools such as child friendly surveys.
· Participants will be able to use basic implementation of art therapy assessment.
· Participants will be able to collaborateand set goals with parents.
· Participants will be able to agree on a reasonable treatment plan.
· Participants will be able to use basic art and play therapy techniques.
· Participants will be able to cope with expectations of parents; learning to address those expectations using effective techniques.
· Participants will be able to include parents in therapy process.
· Participants will be able to explain the CBT model to children.
· Participants will be able to learn an evidence based treatment plan for implementing CBT skills in child sessions.
· Participants will be aware of the limitations of the training. They will be aware that they are not certified in any modality upon completion of the training. Rather, they will be aware that they have been given a broad introduction to many basic psychotherapy tools.
The total training cost for 2 training days (14 hours) is $475 per participant. Participants must commit to both training days in advance. Given that the group size will be limited to 12 trainees to ensure a quality learning experience, partial registration will not be accepted.
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municipal lot behind the building.
Sara Gluck, PhD, LCSW
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Motti Shanet, LCSW
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Karen Herrmann, LCSW
516-366-4188 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Dvorah Levy, LCSW
516-660-7157 // email@example.com
Michal Simon, LMSW, CFLE
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Shragi Chafetz, LMSW
516-405-5477 // email@example.com
Rebecca Jerozolim, LMSW
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