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This graduate-level course reviews the history, theories, techniques and methods of play therapy and its clinical application to treat children, adolescents, adults and families. Special emphasis is placed on understanding play therapy from historical, theoretical, clinical, theological, spiritual, religious, systemic and relational perspectives during the two-week course. Instruction will include exercises, role playing, videos, and instructor lectures. Students will utilize their verbal, clinical, testing, and writing skills during this course.
Asbury Theological Seminary
CO623, PLAY, THERAPY:, THEORY, TECHNIQUE, AND, THEOLOGY, SU2, 08