Learn which techniques and how to use them with children who have been abused or experienced some form of trauma. Such children need to be provided with a safe environment. The play may also get stuck. Learn how to deal with this if and when it occurs.
- Explain how to use sand trays and drawing with abused or traumatized children.
- Discover how to help children move forward if they become stuck.
- Sand Tray
- What to do when the child/individual is stuck
This is an Instructor Version and can be used for groups and training purposes.
Christine Dargon, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience. She is currently in private practice in Northern Arizona where she offers a wide range of psychological services including play therapy, counselling for individuals of all ages, couples counselling and family therapy. Dr. Dargon specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, mood disorders and marriage counselling. She is a member of the Association for Play Therapy and is the Founder and Director of a Children’s Theatre Company. She has much training and experience with Drama and Dance and now integrates that into her therapeutic work.
Dr. Dargon has also been teaching on the undergraduate and graduate levels for over 15 years specializing in Child Development and Counselling. She is currently on faculty at Grand Canyon University serving students in the Masters’ of Counselling Psychology Program and Ashford University teaching undergraduate courses. Dr. Dargon received her Doctorate of Counselling Psychology from Seton Hall University with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy, her Masters’ of Science in Education in Counselling and Personnel Services from Fordham University with a focus in School Counselling and her Bachelors’ in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Connecticut.
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