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It’s Been A While…

It's been a while since I have written a blog, so this one is going to be a long one. There are so many changes in my space so please, stay with me. There's this little thing going around called COVID-19...you've

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Spring Cleaning My Course Library: Important Updates and Changes

I haven't watched one episode of Marie Kondo, but I am aware of her methods on tidying up and decluttering your physical environment.  For those of you who are not familiar, her advice is to: Keep

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Private Practice: Is It Financially Sound to Attend a Training?

You go to your mailbox, get a postcard about an upcoming play therapy training, and get really excited about the learning objectives.Or, you are on social media and see a post about a training that offers

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So You Want to Be A Play Therapist?

Let’s welcome my next guest blogger is Kamini Verma as she dives into becoming play therapist!

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Dibs: In Search of Self – Play Therapy Virtual Book Club, July

Nerd alert!  I love a good book club. The problem is that I am one of those professionals that spends my free time reading professional books and so I never actually make time to read fiction books for

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Find Your Niche: Specializations Within the Field of Play Therapy

What’s your niche? Finding one is definitely my biggest piece of advice for new therapists.  You may have come to this page because you are considering making play therapy your niche and want to

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