|The Course for Certified Play Therapists|
Filial Play Coaching provides a big opportunity for Play Therapists to extend their
practice to working with parent/carers and families as well as the children.
This 4-day course is designed for Certified Play Therapists who have at least 100 hours
supervised clinical experience of working with children using non-directive play.
It is recognised by Leeds Beckett University as a Post Qualifying course.
Successful participants will be able to use the title ‘Filial Play Coach’ on the Register of
Play and Creative Arts Therapies – as accredited by the Professional Standards
Authority under the AVR scheme.
|The course programmes will include:
Becoming a Filial Play Coach
A review of the main filial play/therapy models to enable you to develop the approach that suits you best.
|· The differences between coaching and mentoring – there is a current debate as to whether the term ‘Filial Play Coach’ or ‘Filial Play Mentor’ should be used. The course concentrates on coaching techniques but clearly defines and explains how a Coach may develop into a Mentor.
· Choosing an appropriate coaching model – an exploration of the theories and styles of coaching.
· How to assess children and parents as being suitable for filial play – the
|recommended use of two measures for children, according to age and two to determine adult capability and commitment.
· Deciding upon the optimum programme of coaching for each parent.
· Agreeing a filial play contract with the parent(s).
· Helping the parents to set up at home.
· The coaching of parents in non-directive play skills including the re-orientation required by play therapists.
· Monitoring the progress of the family.
In order to obtain your accreditation you need to fulfil the following criteria:
- 40 Hours of filial play coaching/mentoring (this includes all
preparation/ assessment sessions with the parent/carer)
- Satisfactory logging of all filial play coaching/mentoring sessions
- Satisfactory recording of notes on each filial coach/mentoring
session on the forms provided. This needs to include supervision
of parent sessions at home and analysis of parent log.
- Attend a follow-up day
- Prepare a case study and present at follow-up day.
Filial Play Coaching/Mentoring
Facilitator: Karen O’Neill
PTUK Accredited Play Therapist
PTUK Accredited Clinical Supervisor
MBACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist
Certificate in Education
Successful participants will be able to start coaching parents and children using filial play immediately after the course. After a further 1day of group supervision, where any problems encountered in practice will be discussed and experiences shared, successful participants will be awarded a PTI/PTUK/PTIrl Certificate in Filial Play Coaching for which at least 40 hours of coaching are required. (The Group Review & Supervision day will take place at a future date – and is not included in these course fees).
LOCATION & DURATION
Filial course for existing PTUK Members will be held over four days plus one day follow up.
Course fee: SGD $ 1,200
Date: 14-17 March 2016 (Batch 1) or 18-19 & 21-22 March 2016 (Batch 2)
Follow up Day: TBA March 2016 (For those who have previously completed the 4 days).
Venue: Gedung Menara Kuningan Unit F2, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Blok X7 Kav. 5, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
The course will run from 09.00 – 17.00.
Attendance of a follow up day is also required, the timing of which will be decided by the group.
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