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Webinar! Integrating the Relational Neuroscience with Child & Play Therapy

August 9, 2019

I’m kicking off a new webinar series for child & play therapists focused on integrating the theory of the relational neurosciences, including Interpersonal Neurobiology, with our clinical theories and modalities.  So far, I have outline five different webinar topics and will be offering one a month each month until the end of 2019.  Who knows what 2020 will bring 🙂

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We are starting next Wednesday with “Integrating the Relational Neurosciences with Child & Play Therapy,” and introduction to looking at how to embrace the relational neurosciences as a theory of human development- which could drive your clinical practice as a child or play therapist.  We will give homage to the pioneers in this field, link the core concepts to child & play therapy, and consider how the lens of the relational neurosciences impacts treatment planning based on the conceptualization of symptom development and reduction.

And I’ll do my best to present this all in a relational, embodied way the truly represents the heart of the relational neurosciences.  But hey, we write training descriptions and objectives in largely a left-brain way to satisfy the powers at be 🙂

CLICK HERE to read all the details and to register!

The last time I led a training, a delightful therapist who smiled much of the time, really embodying a playful and curious approach in her existence, came up to me and said “You know, I really appreciate how REAL you are.”

You know, I really cannot imagine any other way of being at this point.  It’s too exhausting to be not-real. AND it doesn’t help therapists be better therapists.

So you can plan on a heavy dose of real-ness, probably laughter, and maybe an AHA moment or two as you consider some of these complex theories in a new way.

You can attend LIVE for contact APT CE (Wednesday August 14 at 12pm eastern) or just receive the recording (which will provide a non-contact APT CE).  Unfortunately these short one-hour webinars aren’t eligible for licensing CEs.

***This training is sponsored by Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S.  Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S is an APT Approved Provider: 17-508.  

Not a play therapist?  I think you’ll love these anyway.  Because my guess is if you work with children, you are being quite playful.  🙂

Head over to my website to read the full description, see an important list of FAQs, preview the upcoming 2019 webinars, and register for “Integrating the Relational Neurosciences with Child & Play Therapy.


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Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, RPT-S  is a blogger, teacher, trainer, and consultant for therapists and professionals working with children with a history of complex trauma.  She maintains a small private practice outside Grand Rapids, MI, seeing children under age 7 and their families, as well as consulting with therapists world-wide.

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