Need Play Therapy Supervision?

Already a licensed mental health professional but want to become a Registered Play Therapist?

Or, are you working towards licensure, but your current supervisor doesn't have play therapy experience?

Or, are you a graduate student that wants to get a jump on things?

Getting started on your play therapy credential is easier than you think!


Supervision Quick Call

My Top 3 Tips About Starting Play Therapy Supervision

  • Everything begins and ends with the Association for Play Therapy. Visit APT's website and review the guides. If you have any questions at all about your specific circumstances, ask APT directly!
  • If you are unsure about your graduate level transcripts, I recommend paying the fee to APT and requesting a transcript review. You want to know if you need any additional graduate level coursework before committing to play therapy supervision.
  • Research potential supervisors and look for clinicians that have the RPT-S (Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor) designation. This designation will be required beginning January 2020 and also means that the clinician has more play therapy experience and training.
  • If you need play therapy continuing education to go along with your supervision, then check out my extensive library of approved courses here.

Group Supervision Is Great Place To Start

Some of the benefits of group supervision include:

  • Lower investment initially while you decide if this is a good fit for you
  • The comfort of having other professionals who may have similar questions or cases
  • The opportunity to network with other professionals and get accountability on your goals
  • No pressure to fill an entire hour
  • Hear multiple perspectives on the same case as fellow clinicians have helpful tools and resources

How Do I Sign Up?

Group Supervision

Common Questions About Group Supervision?

Where are the meetings?

When are the meetings?

Who can attend group supervision?

Can I get all of my hours in group supervision only?

How many people are in each group?

How can I view the schedule of the available sessions?

But we are in different time zones, doesn't it get confusing?

But Individual Supervision Is Important Too

Some of the benefits of individual supervision include:

  • Personalized feedback on your case for an entire session
  • The opportunity to review your videotaped play sessions in detail
  • Time to explore issues of counter-transference that may be more personal in nature
  • Flexibility to discuss more challenging cases without feeling rushed

I Need Individual Attention

individual supervision

Common Questions About Individual Supervision?

How does the play session review work?

Is there a limit on individual supervision?

What are the fees for individual supervision?

How long are the individual meetings?

Ask for an Invite to the Case Consultation Group

For seasoned clinicians who have already obtained their RPT or RPT-S, but want to feel connected to other like-minded therapists:

  • Meets once per month for one hour to fit around your busy caseload
  • Small group (max 4) format with the same people every month
  • Richer discussion of play therapy theories and interventions 
  • Flexibility to discuss situations related to professional development or private practice building

Learn More About The Case Consultation Group

Where are the meetings?

When are the meetings?

How do I get an invite?

Am I A Good Fit For You?

My supervision sessions employ active discussions of many different theoretical orientations and models.  My primary influences are from training that I have completed and include

 Child Centered Play Therapy | Synergetic Play Therapy |Developmental Play Therapy | EMDR

I draw from theories and techniques I learned from the experts in the Play Therapy Summit, national and state APT conferences, and other training's and certifications (TF-CBT, FirstPlay Kinesthetic Storytelling, Gottman Method).  

I'm with you every step of the way...
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