MENU_EVENT_PRINT

King City, Ontario (October 26-28, 2017) - Details

Where: King City Library, 1970 King Road, King City, Ontario L7B 1K9 (CA).

Training Instructor and Contact:  Evangeline Munns, PhD, RPT/S, Cpsych, efmunns@gmail.com

Hotel and Travel Information

Date: Oct 26, 2017 - Oct 28, 2017
Time: 08:30 am - 04:30 am
Event description:

Level Two Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)

King City, Ontario (October 26-28, 2017)


Pricing and booking policies vary at international training (outside of the U.S.) Please {loadcontact id=|162| form=|yes| show_contact_name=|3| show_contact_position=|0|  type=|modal| text=|contact us|   } and we will put you in touch with international training sponsors for more information.

Note: Trainings outside of the U.S. may have a different daily schedule. 


Prerequisite: Level One Theraplay & MIM

This course is required for full Theraplay certification

Registrants should have experience using Theraplay in their work before attending this training.  Each module will include at least one case presentation.  Making a case presentation is not required, but is an option if you would like to receive supervision.

Module #1:  Marschak Interaction Method (MIM) Skill Development

This module will focus on several examples of MIMs and their interpretation to improve your comfort and skill in administering and interpreting this assessment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Administer and analyze the MIM at an intermediate skill level
  • Develop skills in the use of the MIM for treatment planning

Special Feature of this Training:

  • Time permitting, you may share one of your complex or interesting MIM’s for group discussion.

Module #2:  Building Your Theraplay Skills

This module will help improve the breadth of your Theraplay skill set to bring your Theraplay work to a higher skill level.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate how to use a wider range of Theraplay activities and techniques
  • Describe how to adapt Theraplay to work with a wider range of populations, such as children with autism and older children
  • Describe strategies for dealing with resistant clients

 Special Feature of this Training:

  • The training will include lots of practice and a wide range of video examples

Module #3:  Adapting Theraplay to Work with Trauma and Complex Families

If you work with children who have been traumatized, have attachment disorders or complex families we highly recommend that you attend this program.  It will help you sensitively adapt Theraplay to work with this population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the concept of developmental trauma disorder
  • Describe three modifications to Theraplay to meet the needs of traumatized children
  • Describe two ways that other modalities can be used in conjunction with Theraplay to meet the treatment needs of traumatized children
  • Describe how to determine when to use Theraplay in the overall treatment course of a client
  • Describe how to adapt treatment to meet the needs of parents who themselves may be traumatized

Special Features of this Training:

  • Case videos of children who have been traumatized will be shown
  • Participants will practice Theraplay modifications for trauma
  • Participants will develop and practice a treatment plan for one of their traumatized clients