Friday, November 18. 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Led by Mary Ring, MARE, MAMFC, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S
Family play therapy serves as a great modality to help families as young children do not have the verbal skills to benefit from discussion of family interactions. Art is a modality in which all family members have the opportunity to give expression to emotions and perspective of family interactions while at the same time providing a playful and enjoyable way to interact. The art activities used and discussed in this workshop promote the process of family play therapy and give each family member the opportunity to be a part of the experience.
Objectives - Participants will:
1. View art activities that help facilitate family play therapy interactions
2. Have opportunity to experience and practice the family art activities
3. Understand how to facilitate family interaction to enhance relationship building through the process.
COST $100 - Professional Rate / $50 - Student Rate
or CONTACT 713.335.6466 for more information.
Hosted by Gay Caldwell-Roper Center for Counselor Education and LifeSpring Counseling Services